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Sometimes you just don’t want to send that email right away, but at the same time you don’t want to forget about sending it the next morning. Or maybe sometimes you wish you could schedule an email to be sent to yourself so you won’t forget something coming up. Luckily for Gmail users, a Swedish company has provided a browser extension that does exactly that. Right Inbox provides a simple plugin for Chrome or Firefox that schedules emails to be sent later- and its all seamlessly integrated into Gmail.

Right Inbox adds a “send later” button right next to the “send” button in Gmail. Clicking it brings up a drop-down menu that gives you a quick shortcut to send the email you’re working on in 1, 2, or 4 hours, as well as just sometime “tomorrow morning” or “tomorrow afternoon”. Users can also schedule a specific time to send the email, with built-in timezone support.

Right now Right Inbox is free, although they do have a pricing page on the website that hints at a future subscription service. This would likely need to be priced competitively with Boomerang, which runs at $5 and $15 a month for personal and pro accounts.

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