From now on, you can send scheduled messages using Google Messages. Earlier this service was available on messaging platforms like Gmail and Telegram. This time the name of Google Message has been added to the list. Please note that we can send a saved message to the recipient at a pre-determined time through a scheduled message.
According to a report by Android Police, in early November, Google introduced the feature of scheduled messaging for some selected users. But now they are going to roll-out the feature more widely. Google Messages users in the United States are currently taking advantage of this feature. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
If you click the send button of chat as a long-press shortcut after the new update arrives, the schedule messaging option will appear on the screen. This is not to be done by Google Message until the update arrives. Because so far only MMS could be sent with the help of long-press shortcut method. Note that you will need an active internet connection to use the Scheduled Messaging feature.
If scheduled messaging is available, any saved message can be delivered to friends, relatives or any contact at a specific date and time and the whole thing will be pre-determined. In this case the schedule message will show in the chat box. You can change or delete its text by clicking on the preview option.
After pressing the send option for a long time, when the schedule dialog opens, you may think of adding an MMS subject line to it. To do this, go to the three-dot overflow menu in the upper right corner of the chat, and click on the new ‘Show’ subject field entry option.