Oops! Didn't mean to send that: Undo Send option now added to Gmail

Have you ever wanted to recall an email message shortly after you sent it?  Now you can with Google’s Undo Send feature.  

Google has recently moved this important Gmail feature from the service’s experimental labs to become a regular part of Gmail. Undo Send allows you to recall an email either 5, 10, 20, or 30 seconds after you’ve hit Send.

Although handy, Undo Send does have limits beyond the recall grace period. Once you click Send on an email, an undo option appears at the top of your inbox, or whatever page you’re on in Gmail, such as sent mail.

Once you leave that page, the Undo Send option immediately disappears regardless of the grace period setting. If you’re already an Undo Send user then your current settings won’t be affected. Everything will work as it should. Anyone who’s new to the feature will find it under Settings > General.
Update on new Google Drive interface

You may recall that last year, Google updated the Drive interface to become the default user experience for the Miami domain, while retaining the ability to return to the old Drive UI via the Settings drop down. Last week Google removed the option to return to the old Drive interface.  

Please note that the new Drive UI does not work with older unsupported browsers prior to and including Chrome 23, Firefox 23, IE9 and Safari 6, so it’s important to upgrade to a supported browser to ensure continued access to Drive.

To get the latest information about Google Drive, visit the Google Apps Update blog.

New Miami Google-News Site

IT Services will soon be updating the Google-News site.  Look for more updates in the coming weeks, but until then, continue to visit the current site, or to stay connected to changes from Google, and to get updates on Google Apps at Miami, please register for regular email updates through the Google-News Group.