Wrong mail can go
Many of us make a lot of mistakes when giving mail. Sometimes the spelling is wrong or sometimes the signature is wrong and sometimes the whole sentence is wrong. The recipient may be annoyed by this incorrect mail.
So what if you can get the wrong mail back before the recipient reads it? Yes, you can do this after reading this tune.
So let’s get started.
Has the wrong mail-in job application gone?
Have you hastily sent an e-mail as a job application and there are some typing errors left? The number of users who have regretted sending an e-mail by mistake is not small.
However, you can get rid of this by adopting some Gmail strategies.
How to get the wrong mail back
Suppose you don’t want to send the e-mail even after pressing the send button, in which case Google will give you a grace period of 5 seconds. But the default time of 5 seconds is very short, so it is difficult for many users to find and press the undo button in this short time.
To solve this problem you need to increase the timer in e-mail undo sending. As a result, you will have some more time to stop e-mail quickly.
To change the Undo Send Timer on a desktop or laptop computer, follow the steps below:
- Step 1
Click the gear icon at the top of your Gmail inbox, then click “See all settings”.
If you do not understand, see the Image below
- Step 2
Now find the General tab, then the ‘Undo Send’ setting. Select the appropriate timer from this list. 20 or 30 seconds can be considered enough in this case.
- Step 3
Finally, come down and click the Save Changes button.