The tech giant has been working for the past couple of months to develop a feature that makes its messaging service stand out from every other messaging platform. Google introduced the Rich Communication Services (RCS) last year, and since then, the company has been trying to launch something very creative and unique in order to enhance the experience. The features from RCS are pretty much similar to those of Apple’s iMessage and hence make the experience extremely satisfying for Android users.
As per the reports from various sources, it has been found that Google is currently working on a new feature that will allow its users to schedule a message to be sent at a particular time and date. The news has been received that Google will initially roll out the feature for a limited number of people.
Scheduling a message is very simple; all you need to do is type your message in the draft, press and hold the send button until you see a window pop up asking you for different options. The options will include ‘Later Today,’ ‘Later Tonight,’ and ‘Tomorrow,’ which you can choose according to your preference. However, if you don’t want either of the options, try the last one, i.e., ‘Select date and time’ and set accordingly. You can also edit or delete the message while it is scheduled in case you change your mind.
The latest feature by Google has been launched as a beta version for a few numbers of people and in limited regions. However, it is unclear that which version of Google Messages is required to be installed in order to experience the new update