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How to schedule emails in the Gmail app on iPhone and iPad

Schedule emails in Gmail app iPhone

New features that make our work and personal lives easier are always welcome. Gmail has introduced email scheduling which lets you create your emails and send them on a specific date and time. This is handy for setting up messages you know you want to send, but don’t need to until later.

Maybe you’re going to be out of the office and want to schedule emails for when you’re away. Or maybe a family member’s birthday is coming up and you want to schedule that Happy Birthday message, so you don’t forget. There are many reasons why you might want to schedule emails in the future.

This short tutorial will walk you through how to schedule emails in the Gmail app on iPhone and iPad.

How to customize Gmail swipe actions on iPhone

Gmail app Customize Swipe Actions on iPhone

If you use the Gmail app on your iPhone, then you know it has some pretty cool features. You can quickly unsend an email, use threaded conversations, and respond to Google Calendar events.

Now the app gives you something similar to your Mail app with improved swipe actions. Instead of just archive and delete, you can move, archive, mark, or snooze your messages with simple gestures. Here’s how to customize Gmail swipe actions on iPhone.

2 handy Gmail email address tricks you should know

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We recently showed you a way to add an alias to your Gmail account for those times when you don’t want to give out your true Gmail email address. Thanks to a reader tip and a bit of research, we have two more ways for you to (somewhat) disguise your email address as well as have an easier way to filter your Gmail inbox.

Here are two Gmail email address tricks you should know.

How to create a Gmail email alias

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If you want to disguise your Gmail email address instead of using your real email address, you can use an alias. This is handy when you give out your email address for newsletters, websites, online comments, and similar situations.

Basically, an email alias is a different name you have for your email address. For instance, if your email address is realname@gmail.com, you can set up a separate address for fakename@gmail.com. Then, use the second as an alias when you don’t want to give out your primary address but still have the emails delivered to your main Gmail inbox.

Here’s how to create a Gmail email alias in your existing account.