Gmail’s most helpful experimental function, ‘Undo Ship,’ will get official
For anybody who’s ever despatched an indignant/pathetic/embarrassing e mail that they’ve immediately regretted, Gmail’s experimental “Undo Ship” function has been a lifesaver. Now, it is turning into an official half of Gmail on the internet. The function allows you to immediately retract an e-mail shortly after you’ve got hit the ship button. It was one of many first really helpful Gmail Labs choices, a set of experimental options primarily meant for energy customers. Principally, we marvel what took Google so lengthy to make it a part of the core Gmail expertise. Undo Ship is disabled by default (which does not make a lot sense), however you will ultimately see it as an choice in your “Basic” Gmail settings tab within the coming weeks. For those who’ve already enabled it from Gmail Labs, nevertheless, it’s going to be turned on by default.