Gmail now lets users schedule emails meaning no more 2am work reminders 6 months ago

Gmail now lets users schedule emails meaning no more 2am work reminders

"Sorry for the late night email but, while I think of it..."

If you're a devil for sending messages when you're out of office and off the clock, Google's new Gmail feature is one that'll seriously benefit both you and your recipients.

On Monday, as we began a new month, Gmail rolled out some slick new features we've all been crying out for.

Schedule send (which does exactly what it says on the tin), smart compose - a feature where Gmail writes your email for you, similar to Siri and suggest subject to help you compose a subject line are all the new features that have just been added.

Having first launched in 2004, Gmail now has over 1.5 billion users, with the tool constantly improving.

Want to see how the new feature works?

You can check out this video below.

Well, there we have it. No more excuse for 3am emails to remind fellow collegues to bake for your bakesale on Friday, that can wait.