C’mon Gmail, You’re Still Missing Something
Email undo is a great feature. But it needs to be available on-the-go as well. And, Gmail still lacks one feature I’d like to see on email clients in general.
As explained by User Experience Designer Michael Leggett, Gmail holds your message for five seconds, and I agree: that’s enough time for your sensible self to kick in, and immediately pull back messages written from the hip. And don’t you hate accidentally sending confident info to the wrong person? That’s something that I’ve done at least twice, unfortunately.
But it isn’t clear if this new features is available on mobile platforms. At the very least, they could apply it to their Java app. I bet that a growing number of those oops mails are sent away from the computer.
More importantly though, where’s that browser-free Gmail client I so very want?