Microsoft Outlook Web now lets you send emails later
Microsoft has just started rolling out a new feature for its O365 subscribers’ that will allow users to send emails at a later time or a date.
At this point, the new feature is rolling out for Outlook Web and for Outlook desktop clients with an O365 enterprise subscription.
The news was published on twitter pages by Microsoft’s Product Manager Mike Tholfsen who announced a new send later feature that allows you to pick a time for sending your messages.
NEW! Now you can schedule a mail to be sent at a later time or date using Outlook for web.
Just drop down the "Send" button and choose "Send later" and then choose a date and time 📅
— Mike Tholfsen (@mtholfsen) June 22, 2020
Once you select a Send later option from the Send drop-down list, you’ll be able to schedule a time and date to send this mail.
Mike Tholfsen has also confirmed that in the near future Send later feature will also be available for Outlook.com webmail consumers