Spark app, which is used to schedule emails on iPhone and iPad, can also be used on your Mac for the same purpose. It has been noticed that people love to use this app to schedule meeting emails on their Mac. The method of setting an email schedule on Mac is the same as you follow on your iOS device. However, given the large screen of your Mac, you will find it more comfortable to schedule an email to send later on Mac.
With this spark app, you can delay in sending an email in Outlook, Gmail, iCloud, Yahoo, and other mail account services on Mac. To do so, you need to set it up with your email account. Then follow the steps given below to schedule a timetable to send emails later. Note that when you schedule emails, you actually delay or postpone your emails to send automatically in future.
How to Schedule an Email to Send Later in Outlook, Gmail, Yahoo and iCloud Mail Accounts on Mac
Step #1: Download and Install Spark App on your Mac.
Step #2: Launch the App on your Mac and Click on Login as a New User.
Step #3: Next, Select your Email Account Service from which you want to schedule a mail.
Step #4: Now, enter your Email ID and Password to Login.
Step #5: Up Next, Allow spark to manage your email Account by click on Allow button.
Step #6: Click ok allow Spark to access your email contacts.
Step #7: Click on Compose button and create an email by entering the email address, subject, and body.
Step #8: Once you are done with the creation of email, click on schedule button which is located next to send button.
Step #9: Choose date and time and click on set time button.
Step #10: Finally, hit Schedule button.
Later, if you want to make any change or edit the scheduled email, you can go to the Outbox folder and delete or change your email. Remember, you have to use Outbox folder in the Spark app and not in the email client you are using on your Mac.
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