How to recall or unsend an email

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How to recall or unsend an email

In today's fast-paced world, it's easy to make small mistakes, like sending the wrong email to the wrong person. But don't worry, there's a solution. In this article, we will guide you on how to recall or unsend an email using the "Undo" feature in Spark.

When using Spark, you have various actions available to you, such as pinning, moving, archiving, or deleting emails. One of the handy features of Spark is the ability to quickly fix any mistakes you might have made by offering an "Undo" option.

The great news is that this "Undo" feature also applies to sending emails. If you've sent an email that you'd like to recall or unsend, you can utilize the "Undo" action.

With Spark you can manage all your email accounts in one place, so you can be confident that you can recall emails from various addresses, whether you have a account with Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo etc.

How-to recall or unsend an email in Spark

It's important to note that the "Undo" button or shortcut is only available for a limited time after you perform the action. In Spark, you have a window of 5 seconds to click the "Undo" button or trigger the keyboard shortcut. Unfortunately, this time frame cannot be customized.

- After sending the email, look for the "Undo" button located at the bottom of your inbox.
- Alternatively, you can use keyboard shortcuts to trigger the "Undo" action. On MacOS, press Cmd ⌘ + Z and on Windows, press CTRL + Z.

By utilizing the "Undo" feature in Spark, you can quickly rectify any email mishaps and prevent them from reaching unintended recipients. This can save you from potential embarrassment or complications that may arise from sending an email to the wrong person. So the next time you accidentally send an email to the wrong recipient, don't panic, just remember to use the "Undo" feature in Spark.

Take advantage of this feature to fix any email mistakes quickly and effectively by downloading Spark for Free and finding confidence in your email.