Google Messages Starts Rolling Out Text Scheduling Feature
In the latest feature of Google Messages, the users can schedule their messages. According to a report, this feature rolled out for some users, and the latest Google Messages APK also includes code for this feature. After typing a message, users can choose a time and date they'd like the text to be sent. Users can opt to select from one of the predefined scheduling times or select a custom date and time. But the scheduling feature is not rolled out yet.
Finally Google Messages added "Schedule message" ???????? feature.— Sai Reddy (@besaireddy) November 4, 2020
Put some text in draft, tap and hold send button "schedule message" option will popup. Previously used to get and option to add subject for mms now it moved to 3 dot menu @9to5Google @SkylledDev @AndroidPolice pic.twitter.com/iMNoSt3hLu
To schedule messages on Google Messages, users are simply required to press and hold the Send button after drafting the message it will pop up a new schedule messages option. There will be three default timings users can pick from: “Later today, 6:00 pm,” “Later tonight, 9:00 pm,” or “Tomorrow, 8:00 am.”. This feature appears to be available for selected users and hasn't rolled out widely yet.
If a user doesn't want to schedule messages at the default time or wants to choose another day, it can be done by selecting and customizing the date and time. After this, press Save to set the schedule on Google Messages. Users can also edit the message or even change the scheduled time by clicking on the message. A pop-up menu will give you the option to update the message, send it now, or delete it completely.