- Posted by Nigel Edelshain
- On July 1, 2015
When you buy a new car, you can customize it with different options to give yourself the best driving experience. Considering how much time the average American office worker spends reading and dealing with email, why shouldn’t your inbox be the same way?
Every email client offers some degree of customization, but some offer more than others. One setting that got a lot of attention last week is “undo send” in Gmail, which, when enabled, adds the option to call back a message for a set period of time (up to thirty seconds) after you click send. (Technically, undo send just puts outgoing messages in an outbox-like limbo until the set time passes or you’ve changed your mind and clicked undo.)