Over 1.5 billion people use Gmail to stay in touch with friends and family, to keep connected to their coworkers and supervisors, and occasionally to send grumpy cat memes. But with all those vacation photos, spreadsheets and animated gifs flying back and forth, errors are bound to happen, mistakes are likely to be made.
If you’ve ever accidentally sent photos of Baby Yoda cat to your entire work team, or video of Cinderblock the fat cat to your significant other who’s at the gym, you know the kind of regret that makes you wish you could hit Unsend. Thankfully, Google knows it too, so the search company added an Undo option to Gmail to…
Source CNET Computer News