According to Twitter person @besaireddy, Google has enabled the assist for scheduling messages on its app. The person has supplied screenshots to indicate how the characteristic works.
As per his tweets, if a person faucets and holds on the ship button, then an choice of “schedule message” pops up. Here customers will get to select from three pre-set time slots — 6 pm, 9 pm and eight am. Alternatively, they might set a very customized date and time of their selection. After this, customers have to to faucet on ‘save’ to schedule the message.
Scheduled message UI and choices to replace message, ship now and delete message @SkylledDev https://t.co/zDoS6L1PbC
— Sai Reddy (@besaireddy) 1604472191000
Once the message is scheduled, it’ll seem on the sender’s chat with a clock icon in entrance of it and “Scheduled message” written beneath it. After a message is scheduled, there are three choices associated to it which are accessible to the sender.
Tapping on the scheduled message will open a pop-up field that can first present the scheduled date and time of the message, adopted by ‘Update message’, ‘Send now’ and ‘Delete message.’
A report by XDA-Developers has corroborated the scheduled messages characteristic to be accessible within the newest Google Messages APK, although it “isn’t widely available at the moment.” Therefore, Google is quickly anticipated to announce and roll out the message scheduling characteristic quickly.