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Outlook.com get ‘Send later’ feature, let you Schedule Emails

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Outlook for desktop already has feature using which you can schedule your email. It seems like Microsoft is adding the same feature to Outlook.com or Outlook for web.

As of writing this blog post, the company is testing the feature with limited users. Here’s how you can check whether you get the feature or not.

Launch your browser and visit Outlook.com, then compose an email.

Now to schedule an email to be sent at a later time or date using Outlook for web, click on the Down arrow icon next to Send and then select Send later option from the drop-down

send email later in outlook.com

Once selected, you can select a date and time to send the email later.

Unfortunately, the feature isn’t available for us at the moment and it is expected that company is rolling the update in waves.

Did you get access to Send later feature in Outlook.com? What are your thoughts about this new feature? Let us know in the comments.

Thanks, Mike Tholfsen for the tips!

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