The Google Messages app is starting to get updated with a new feature: message scheduling. As we read in XDA Developers the app is being updated via server with this new feature, so it may take us a few days to see it on our phone.
To program messages it will be necessary press and hold the submit button, which will invoke a new menu. In the same way, we can subsequently modify both the content of the message and said programming.
Message scheduling comes to this Google app
Google already has scheduling messages in services like Gmail. This function is now reaching the Google messages application via the server, so it will take a few days to be available to all users. The option is quite similar to what we saw in Gmail, allowing us the default options to send in the morning, at night, or at any personalized time that we choose.
To activate this option we have to press and hold the button to send messages. When this option is activated, we will see four possibilities:
- Schedule in the afternoon (6:00 p.m. Spanish peninsular time)
- Schedule in the evening (9:00 p.m. Spanish peninsular time)
- Schedule in the morning (8:00 am Spanish peninsular time)
- Select date and time
The last option allows us to adjust both the day and the time, so that we can send the message automatically whenever we want. Once the message is programmed, we just have to send it. It is also curious that We can change the programming of the message by clicking on “update message”. This option will allow you to modify both the content and the schedule.
Via | XDA Developers
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