Reportedly, Google Messages’ new feature would allow users to schedule their messages. For some users, the feature has started rolling out and the new Google Messages APK also contains code for this feature, according to a post. Users may pick a time and date that they would like the text to be sent after typing a message. Users can choose between selecting one of the predefined scheduling times or choosing a custom date and time. It should be noted that the functionality for expected messages has not yet been rolled out to all users.
The feature was first spotted by Twitter user @besaireddy earlier today.
It will take a little while before you can schedule messages on your phone because the rollout is just beginning. If you get into the function, you can check by tapping and holding the send button in the chat, which should open either the Schedule dialogue or the old subject MMS interface. A new dialogue shows up in the former case, enabling you to schedule a message, but remember that it will only be sent if your phone is switched on and has a link at the time. From a list of predefined times and dates, you may either pick or choose a particular moment. In your chat, the scheduled message will appear as a preview that you can tap if you want the text to be removed or updated.
After you have “sent a scheduled message, it will appear as a “Scheduled Message” in the chat. The note will be a connection to your scheduled message options, including the ability to update, send, or delete the message immediately.
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