Inbox by Gmail brings Undo Send button to mobile apps

Google’s standalone email app Inbox is making it easier for users to cancel a mail right after it is sent back. Inbox is expanding its Undo Send button feature to its mobile apps in the latest update.

New Gmail Inbox for Android

The Undo Send button was first launched last month and is now available on Android and iOS mobile apps. Users can also make swiping as a default action for delete and finally a sent message can be personalized by adding a custom signature. Google made the Inbox app available to everyone last month prior to which it was an invite only app since its launch in October. Just yesterday, Gmail added Undo send button for its users on the web. The feature needs to be enabled by clicking onto Settings, under the General tab and tick the “Enable Undo Send” function.


Inbox –  Android and iOS

Author: Sneha Bokil

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