We had the capacity to “un-send” messages in Gmail for around six years now, however, the element was to some degree covered up in the dark Labs segment of Gmail’s settings. Google has formally declared that “fix send” is a choice in its Gmail administration, and it’s much less demanding to discover in Gmail’s settings. Before digging around the settings to enable undo send, you need to reload Gmail, otherwise, you won’t find the feature.
Then click the gear icon on the top left of your inbox.
You’ll be taken to the general settings in the “General” tab. Look/scroll down to find the undo send feature, and click the box to enable it.
It’s set to let you un-send an email for 10 seconds by default, but you can lengthen and shorten the send cancellation period from 5, 10, 20, or 30 seconds.
Next time you send an email, you’ll notice a subtle new “undo” option in the yellow box that appears at the top of the Gmail window after you send an email. If you realized you missed something or notice a typo in your email, click the “undo” link, and your email will reopen in the “compose email” box for you to edit.
Unfortunately, there’s no such option in the iOS or Android Gmail mobile apps where small mobile device keyboards mean our emails are more prone to mistakes.
This is the procedure for Gmail users to undo send the emails.