The ''regret button'' has arrived

 
The ''regret button'' has arrived
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Have you ever pressed "send" on your e-mail and one second later thought "NO!!"? Suddenly you sent an erotic image to your girlfriend, or your father instead. Or you badmouthed your boss in an e-mail - to your boss.

Now the rescue has arrived. Google has realized that many send emails they really should not have sent.

In Gmail, Google has therefore placed an "Undo send" button, in the web-based mail client. It allows you to choose a time between five and 30 seconds, where you have the opportunity to regret that the email was sent, writes Time.com.

This "undo button", users have requested for six years.

Google has tested this over a period and now lets users take this function in use as well.

The feature will also be available in Google's app Inbox.

You will find the new feature in Gmail settings, where you will have to enable it.

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