schedule sending email
I'm surprise that this feature is not yet in Outlook. I would like the possibility to delay sending email to a specific time.
Thanks for the feedback! Send later is now available for all users
a scheduled send button is necessary
Denise Biziorek commented
I would like to delay send or schedule an email.
Why does Microsoft noch even offer basic email scheduling? ...The Outlook apps for browser and mobile don't offer the feature at all. And the desktop app merely offers delay delivery which only works as long I have the computer and the app running, which of course negates any usefulness as a scheduled delivery feature.
Omri Suissa commented
+1 also looking to schedule an email using the 365 web interface
Omri Suissa commented
+1 also looking to schedule emails via the outlook 365 web interface
on August 10, 2017 (yes not a typo, that is 2 years ago) you wrote the following, regarding the feature of delayed sending of email, so when is this new outlook.com coming you speak of, surely 2 years is a long wait!!!
Philip Loh (Outlook Web Advocate, Outlook.com) responded · August 10, 2017
Thank you for providing your feedback on the Outlook.com beta.
Delaying the sending of emails is something we absolutely want to enable in the new Outlook.com. Be on the lookout for improvements in this space as more features light up!
This feature has been available in the Outlook desktop client for ages, but I would like the ability to compose an e-mail and schedule it to be automatically sent at a later time. This is helpful if I'm catching up on work late at night and would prefer recipients not to see that I wrote an e-mail at 2am, but rather have it automatically send at 8am. The desktop feature is fairly useless if your computer is off during that time because the app has to be open for the scheduling to work, but having this feature on Outlook.com would alleviate that issue. Also, Gmail just rolled this feature out a few months ago and it's incredibly useful! Thank you!
Seriously, 2019, and we cannot schedule emails?
Don't tell me that I need to send all emails manually?
I often use the browser, sometimes I have to send email, but I might forget bc I'm browsing for other things.
It would be great if we could also schedule on the browser.
Schedule email delivery from app or online version. With button NEXT to "send". It should be easier than how it is now.
Please provide an option to schedule sending of emails at a preferred time like Gmail & Zoho mail. This will relieve us from keeping emails in the draft & sending them on desired time. Please bring this feature, it's very important.
delayed delivery option would be very beneficial
make sceduled/delayed email a feature for outlook online.
Jessica Ricks commented
Add the delivery delay feature. Gmail already has it.
I just wanted to do something simple; delay delivery of an email. Impossible. If anyone has figured it out on the new outlook format, please let me know. But this is outrageous and unacceptable that they made something so simple impossible to do. Otherwise the new format is terrible. Shouldn't have changed it.
Terry Yax commented
Allow me to Schedule an email as I can in your mobile application.
god, please do something, so surprised this kind of basic function is NOT available in web outlook. You guys do have a high salary, so PLEASE DO SOMETHING!
Please add scheduled emails feature. This feature is long overdue.
Shannon Jacobs commented
Replace undo option with a relative time for future send.
Again sending you a CC of feedback to Gmail. I don't care who offers the better email system, but I've pretty much given up any hope you might want to. Still:
The "Undo Send" option should be replaced with a "Default Relative Future Delivery" option. Set to zero, it would be immediate send, set to 1 minute, it would give one minute to undo the send, though I'd set mine to about an hour to both give me time to unsend and to generally slow down the tempo of email. The relative-time values for the current future-send option should be improved, too. In particular, there should be an option to consider the recipient's time zone. I know it's a form of politeness and the google could not care less about politeness, but still...
(And the main problem remains the spam and your corporate motto remains "Live and let spam.")
Sending emails across countries is hectic as work hour tallying is difficult. Sometimes, I'm required to write emails late night to send someone who is working on his desk in working period. To avert that, I often keep them in draft & send them at desired time. Scheduling feature would come as blessing for us.