Just realized that you CCed your boss while ranting to your officemate? Regretting an email you sent to a client just a few seconds ago? Here’s a bit of good news: If you’re using Gmail, you can now unsend your emails! Yes, you read that right.

All you have to do is enable Undo Send in your mail settings and choose the number of seconds you want your allowance to be. Henceforth, all emails sent will have a lag time, allowing you to unsend an email, take back a scathing letter, and keep your job.

Already sent a email you wish you could take back before reading this article? Make it up to your boss by working double-time. For starters, read these articles!

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