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Scheduling an email to Send Later
Scheduling an email to Send Later

This article explains how to schedule an email to be sent later and edit scheduled messages.

Updated over a week ago

Send Later is available on all Mixmax plans, including the Free plan. Check out our pricing page for more information.

Currently, Send Later is not supported for Outlook-based users. To learn more about the Mixmax integration with Outlook, check out How to use Outlook with Mixmax.

Mixmax enables you to schedule an email to be sent later.

How to schedule an email to Send Later

In the bottom bar of the compose window, click Send Later. You can choose from a preset time (e.g., In 1 hour) or enter a specific time. Send Later has natural language processing, so you can type almost anything in that box.

Send later

You can customize the options you see in your Send Later menu. Go to the Reminders & Send Later area in your Settings. Customize your preset times for when your emails will be sent.

Send Later menu options

Where to find your scheduled emails

To see and edit the emails you've scheduled to send later, hover over the M in the top right corner of Gmail and click Outbox (shown below), or you can go directly to the Outbox in your Mixmax dashboard.


In the Outbox, click Send Laters in the left column to see only your scheduled emails.

Send laters

Click the checkbox to the left of a scheduled email, and Mixmax will give you the option to Reschedule or Stop the email, which moves it to your Drafts folder.

Reschedule or Cancel

If you wish to edit the email scheduled to be sent later, click Edit next to the email. You will be prompted to confirm you wish to open the message as a draft in Gmail. Once you click Open Drafts, a new tab will open with your Gmail Drafts, and you will be able to edit the message draft. Click Send Later to schedule sending the email again when you are done with editing.

Editing Send Later

Editing scheduled message

Happy scheduling!

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