Gmail messages can now self-destruct

Now here’s a feature to get excited with, excellent Gmail 🙂

WQAD.com

NEW YORK — Gmail just went all Snapchat on us.

Dmail, a new Google Chrome plugin, gives you complete control over how long your recipient can view your email.

This can prove a great asset for more secure communications or when discussing personal information.

The Chrome extension adds a “Send with Dmail” button next to the regular “Send” button in any email you compose. This gives you complete control to revoke sent emails.

But wait, doesn’t Gmail allow users to revoke sent emails?

Well, yes and no. Gmail’s “undo send” button only works for up to 30 seconds. Dmail gives you as much time as you like.

You can preset timing such as “in 1 hour” or “in 1 week” and the message will self-destruct accordingly.

If you don’t have a predetermined time frame, pick “never” as your time frame. If you need to revoke it at a later date…

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