This post explains the “Send Later” feature that Mailbutler offers to clients. Send Later allows users to delay when an email hits a recipient’s inbox, respecting their time and private life, and enabling Gmail and Apple Mail users to stick to their own work schedules.
The appropriate time to send an email is… 🌍
Remote workers and international companies face the problem of communicating across time zones. Business hours in Australia are not business hours in Austria. But people in places across the world — sometimes across a country — need to send emails despite the different times people go to work.
Time zones aren’t the only issue. Sometimes, you may have the time now to write an email that should be sent later, when you will most likely be busy with other tasks. The means to plan out when messages would be sent would simplify the different moving pieces of your job.
Mailbutler allows you to schedule when emails are sent 📅📤
If you use Apple Mail or Gmail, Mailbutler’s feature “Send Later” allows you to schedule when emails will be sent out. The button to the right of the send icon enables the user to manually choose a specific time when the email will automatically hit the recipient’s inbox.
Mailbutler sends the email, even if your computer is off or offline. You can also further edit the email or change the scheduled send time by finding the message in your “Mailbutler—Scheduled” folder.
Mailbutler’s Send Later feature makes staying organized easier ✅
The Send Later feature will change the way you organize your day. Instead of having to plan your own schedule around other people’s business hours, you can take control of when you do the work you need to do.
You don’t have to leave your email open, or visit it multiple times a day, just to do a simple task. Instead, you can use Mailbutler’s Apple Mail and Gmail feature to take charge of your own schedule, while also controlling when your email hits your audience’s inbox.