When you finish writing an email in Gmail but don’t want to send it immediately, leaving it in the Drafts folder and reminding yourself to click “send” at another time is the usual course of action. Third-party services that work through a Chrome (or Firefox) extension can let you schedule your email to be sent on a later day and time of your choosing.
Most of them can also let you mark an email so that the service can remind you of it on a later day or time -- for example, if you’re too busy at the moment to focus on replying to it. Here are reviews of Boomerang, Bananatag and Right Inbox.
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