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Every New Email Trick in iOS 16 You Need to Know

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Email doesn’t often get new features. Sending email still works basically the same as it has from the 90s. But these days, people want modern features—like scheduling or undoing emails. In iOS 16, iPadOS 16 and macOS Ventura, Apple brings a slew of new features to the stock Mail app for the first time.

If you forget to include an attachment, or forget to schedule an important email method in advance, you can immediately undo an email. You can also receive smart reminders to read emails later or alerts to follow up. If you catch a typo right after sending an email, or if you want to send an invoice on a specific day and time, both features will be available soon.

Read on to see how it all works.

How to Undo Sending Emails, Scheduling, Smart Search, and More in iOS 16 Mail

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iOS 16 and macOS Ventura are still in public beta. To get these features today, you’ll need to gain access to the beta and install a software update. Otherwise, you can expect to get these features on your devices when they are released to everyone this fall. iOS 16 is expected to arrive in September and macOS Ventura will arrive a few weeks later.

How to undo sending email

Tap “Undo Send” after sending your email.
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Send undo is pretty straightforward. Right after sending the email, you’ll have up to 30 seconds to tap undo send,

on iOS, undo send The button is in the bottom toolbar. It stays there even after you switch to another app and come back. On macOS, it’s at the bottom of the sidebar.

harness undo send Will immediately bring the message back to edit.

Undo Send doesn’t actually take the email out of someone’s inbox – it only waits 30 seconds before it really sends email.

How to Change the Time Delay (Or Turn It Off Completely)

It's at the bottom of the Mail settings, but you can change the amount of time you'll need to undo sending an email.

It’s at the bottom of the Mail settings, but you can change the amount of time you’ll need to undo sending an email.
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If you never type a typo like me, you can prefer sending your emails right away. On the other hand, if you want more time, you can give yourself up to 30 seconds (up from the default of 10).

go to Settings > Mail > Undo Send Delay (bottom). You can choose between OFF, 10 sec, 20 sec and 30 sec. There is no way to set different delays for different email accounts.

How to schedule an email to be sent at a specific time or date

Send later or set a specific date and time using the default options.

Send later or set a specific date and time using the default options.
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Email scheduling is easy. tap and hold on blue I send button. The default option is to send now, send it tonight at 9:00 AM or the next working day (Monday-Friday) at 8:00 AM.

To specify your time, tap send later…, It brings up a mini calendar and you can choose the right time and date to send the email.

After tapping on Done, you can check your scheduled email by going to Mailbox > Send Later,

How to change an already scheduled email

Edit the date and time to send the scheduled email, but you can't edit the email.  annoying.

Edit the date and time to send the scheduled email, but you can’t edit the email. annoying.
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If you’ve scheduled an email but want to change the time or date, go here Mailbox > Send Later And tap on Email from the list. then tap edit To change the time the email is sent.

Unfortunately, I don’t think there’s a way to edit an email after it’s been scheduled. you have to tap edit And Cancel Send Later To delete the email and rewrite it. iOS 16 is still in beta, so that may change before its anticipated release in September.

How to set a reminder to reply to an email

Set reminders for emails on a specific date and time.

Set reminders for emails on a specific date and time.
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If you get an email that you can’t reply to right away, you can mark it as unread, but a better approach is to use the new one. Remind me Speciality

To receive a reminder, swipe right on the email in your inbox and tap the purple Reminder Me button that looks like a clock. You can choose a default time – one hour, tonight or tomorrow – or you can select a specific date and time.

You’ll notice that the email reaches the top of your inbox as time passes. I’m not sure if this feature is only half-implemented – after all, iOS is still in beta – but I don’t get any kind of notification on my lock screen. I really can’t remember.

Paste rich links in your email, or just use classic text links.

Paste rich links in your email, or just use classic text links.
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Rich links are automatically generated when you paste a link in an email. It uses an image from the website to make a nice big button. It may help to draw attention to the link you are sending. You must be familiar with Rich Links in Messages.

To preview the link or convert it to a normal text link, tap Rich Link and then tap the arrow on the right. tap convert to plain link To get a text url. You can edit the text shown – in the example above, you can see that I’ve changed the link to say “click here” and the link still works.

How to get reminders about missing attachments

Don't forget to attach your files.

Don’t forget to attach your files.
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If you compose an email that looks like it should have files attached, Mail will ask you if you’re sure you want to send it if you don’t add an attachment—a longtime favorite feature of Gmail. tap send anyway If you’re sure, or tap Cancel To continue editing.

tap icon to bring up the format menu and tap the file icon to attach a file.

Find files, links and emails easily with the improved search function.

Find files, links and emails easily with the improved search function.
Screenshot: D. Griffin Jones/Cult of Mac

You may notice some improvements when searching for mail. If you make an obvious typo in an English word, such as “keyboard”, iOS will search for the correct word, “keyboard”.

You’ll also notice that when you tap the search bar, you’ll see recently shared files and links, as well as recent search terms. (Swipe left on them to remove them.)

Apple also says that your search history and behavior will affect search results, possibly to present similar emails to people you search for and open frequently.

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