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    I’d like to give everyone a somewhat complete update on this feature request.

    The feature “Undo Send” has been available on Outlook.com for a while now. With it, you can set a small delay of up to 10 seconds when sending all your email messages.

    Additionally, we plan to make available a bigger feature that is along the lines of “Schedule Send”. At the moment, I cannot provide a time estimate for when it will show up for you. However, we’re very excited and hopeful :)

    Anonymous commented  · 

    The recent addition of the ability to schedule an email for future action in the ios and Android versions has helped me keep my inbox clean. Why is it not available in the web version?

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    Thanks for the detailed feedback and comments on this. Like you’ve noted we, as a company, have put work into tasks and task management before and it is an area we continue to give thought to as there is still improvement to make. I will pass this feedback and the comments on to the right folks for more consideration. If I can share anything substantive back, I will. Thanks again for the feedback and engagement.

    Anonymous commented  · 

    Wunderlist, now owned by Microsoft has a lot of potential. It is an integration app for outlook.com. It has good cross-platform apps. I've used it in ios and in Android. I was looking forward to it being an add-in for Outlook.com. However. the Windows 10 Wunderlist app seems to have taken at least one step backwards. Formally, on all three of my platforms I could customize the interval for repeating tasks. That no longer appears to be the case. I now have five choices: never repeat, repeat every day, repeat every week, repeat every month or repeat every year. THose are totally inadequate.

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