Friday, 20 Mar, 2009 Technology

Now You Can Call Back Letters Sent Via Gmail


The number one search engine, Google, recently introduced a new feature to its Gmail. Now users have the possibility to recall letters that have been sent. The company's new service creates a brief window for recalling sent letters.

For just five seconds the "Undo Send" feature, which was introduced in Gmail, holds a message before really sending the letter.

The confirmation message about a sent letter now features an "Undo" link, which a user can click in order to return the letter to its draft form. However, the new feature cannot recall a letter that has already been sent.

"It just holds your message for five seconds so you have a chance to hit the panic button," said Google in one of the posts that was published on the official Gmail blog.

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