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Have you ever been worried about forgetting to send an email? If so, you are in the right place. In a high-stress work environment, it can be extremely hard to remember to follow up with people, such as asking whether they can have a project ready by a certain time or whether there is a way they can demo their project. Gmail’s snooze feature allows you to snooze an email and help you stay on top of your inbox. If an email returns to your inbox, you know that you need to follow up with the person. In a world full of distractions, it is easy to glance over an email and Gmail’s snooze feature allows you to automate reminders so that even if you do by chance miss an email, you won’t miss it a second time. 

As demoed in our How to Use the Internet Series: How to Use the Gmail Snooze Feature, here is your step by step process staying on top of inbox. Not only will your workflow become easier to manage, but you’ll never miss a beat during the workday! 

How to Use the Gmail Snooze Feature

  1. Open your Gmail and either: 
  1. Go to the email you just sent 
  2. View the email that was just sent to you 

  1. Hover over the email until you see a Timer icon on the right most side of the screen. Click on the Timer icon.
  1. Select the time you want to snooze the email until. 

In just 4 quick steps, you are now able to follow up on every email necessary. With innovative features like snoozing emails, you can improve your working practices and customize your set-up just the way you like it. Want to learn about more features different platforms have to offer? 

Check out the rest of our How to Use the Internet Series. This Youtube series of short video demonstrations are designed to teach users various online skills through visual storytelling, like deleting your Facebook account, ordering groceries online, and more. 

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