Gmail messages can now self-destruct

Now here’s a feature to get excited with, excellent Gmail ๐Ÿ™‚

NEW YORK โ€”ย 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 โ€œSend with Dmailโ€ button next to the regular โ€œSendโ€ button in any email you compose. This gives you complete control to revoke sent emails.

But wait, doesnโ€™t Gmail allow users to revoke sent emails?

Well, yes and no. Gmailโ€™s โ€œundo sendโ€ button only works for up to 30 seconds. Dmail gives you as much time as you like.

You can preset timing such as โ€œin 1 hourโ€ or โ€œin 1 weekโ€ and the message will self-destruct accordingly.

If you donโ€™t have a predetermined time frame, pick โ€œneverโ€ as your time frame. If you need to revoke it at a later dateโ€ฆ

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