TUTORIAL: Schedule & Send Emails Add-On for Google Sheets

Set up and schedule Emails to export your Google Sheets data automatically on a recurring basis. Convert your sheets to PDF, XLS, ODS or CSV files. Send them to one or more recipients. Optionally save them to Google Drive too. 

In this tutorial I explain how the Schedule & Send Email Add-On works, which features are available and how you can benefit from it.

Quick Overview:

Your advantages with this add-on: 

  • Automate an never ending and boring task: Sending recurring emails manually. 
  • Simplify your work: Let the plugin do the repetitive work. 
  • Reduce making mistakes: The add-on never forget to send your emails.
  • Save your time: Once setup, don’t think about it anymore.

Further resources:

Let’s start how you get the add-on:

GSuite Marketplace: Get the Add-On for free

The Schedule & Send Email Plugin is available for Google Sheets via the GSuite Marketplace:

Screenshot: GSuite Marketplace Schedule & Send Email Addon

Go to GSuite Marketplace and click the blue „Install“ button: The Add-On will now be installed as plugin in your Google Sheet documents.

Hint: The Schedule & Send Email add-on is for free!

Second possibility: You can find and install the Add-On also via any Google Sheets document. To do so, open any Google Sheets and go in the menue to Add-Ons –> Get Add-Ons:

Screenshot: Get Addon via Google Sheets

Search for „schedule & send email“. Once found click on the „Schedule & Send Emails“ Add-On. The GSuite Marketplace opens again and you can install the add-on via the blue install button.

Your First Steps

After installing, the plugin it is available via any Google Sheets document.

Open a desired sheet and go in the sheets menue to Add-Ons –> Schedule & Send Emails in Google Spreadsheets: 

Screenshot: Schedule and Send Emails Addon in Google Sheets

To open the add-on click on „Manage Schedules“:

Screenshot: Schedule-Send-Email-Add-On Menue

A pop-up opens on the right side of your Google Sheets document:

Screenshot: Schedule and Send Email Addon Overview

This is the configuration overview of the Schedule & Send Emails Add-On.

It already contains your first schedule configuration called „New Schedule“.

Note: The ⛔-icon indicates that the schedule is not yet active. Once enabled the icon changes to ✅.

Now you can start set up your schedule.

To do so click the blue „Edit“ button. You will be forwarded to the setting details: 

Screenshot: New Schedule Configuration

Here you can decide

Lets start with the export settings:

Schedule&Send Mails: Export Settings

With the export settings you can define which of your sheets you want to send automatically to your recipients.

To do so click on „Edit Export Settings“ in the overview:

Screenshot: Edit Export Settings

A pop-up opens:

Screenshot: Export Settings in Schedule & Send Email Addon

Here you have several options available:

  • On the left side you find the export setting configurations.
  • On the right side you can choose which sheets you want to attach in your emails.

Choose File Format

First, choose in which format you want to send your files:

  • PDF Document (.PDF),
  • Microsoft Excel (.XLS),
  • Open Document Spreadsheet (.ODS) or
  • Comma Seperated Values (.CSV)

Note: The format selected applies to all files.

For PDFs you can use all settings available within Googles API like

  • paper size,
  • paper layout,
  • scale,
  • margin,
  • page numbers,
  • different formatting as well as
  • header & footer settings.

Also decide if you want to export each file individually or merge them together to one file attachment.

Choose Sheets

Next choose the sheets you want to attach in your emails:

  • one
  • several
  • the entire spreadsheet
  • a selected range of cells inside a sheet

Hint: Hidden sheets are shown as well!

Please note: Google only allows to send a maximum of 5 sheets per email. Additional files will be sent empty or broken. >> See Google limits.

You can work around this limit by using the File Merger:

Optional: Add a Custom Cell Range

Sometimes you don’t want to sent an entire sheet but only a range of cells like from A1:F50.

You  can do that via the Custom Cell Range Feature:

Screenshot: Custom Cell Range Feature

Just insert the desired cell range in the designated field in A1-notation (e.g. A1:F50).

Hint: Hover over the blue [?] to get more information about a special feature.

Optional: Merge Files

With the File Merger you can merge all your sheets to one e.g. PDF file – instead of sending X single sheets:

Screenshot: File Merger

Note: The Fiel Merger is available for all file formats.

The File Merger is available in the PRO version of the Add-on (more infos here):

Optional: Set Custom File Names

Optionally you can rename your file names as desired:

Screenshot: Custom Filename for Email Attachments

This is important and was highly requested by the community because „Sheet27“ is a horrible filename.

Imagine you get plenty emails a day all with attached Sheet1-filenames. You will get sick of it!

Whereas your recipients 💚 filenames like „Daily Ecommerce Report“. People know exactly what to expect from your email attachment.

Optional: Use Dynamic Date Value in Filenames

BUT it’s even better to include important information like the proper date to your filenames like „Daily Ecommerce Report 12_03_2020“:

Screenshot: Dynamic Filename in Email Attachment

With this your recipients know exactly from which date the attachment was – even after she saved it on her computer.

To do this, use the „current date“ button to include {%Date%} in your filenames which automatically transforms the current date in your attachments:

Screenshot: Current Date Button in Export Settings

You can easily manipulate the date by increasing or decreasing the number of days via „+value“ and „-value“.

For example: If you want to get the date from yesterday change the date variable to: {%Date-1%}

Dynamic date values for filenames are available in the PRO version of the Add-on:

Optional: Use Dynamic Cell Value in Filenames

Moreover use the „Cell Value“ button to use the value of ANY CELL in your spreadsheet and insert it to the filename:

Screenshot: Cell Value Button in Export Settings

The value is taken from the current cursor of your current sheet: In this example, my cursor was on cell A3 in Sheet1.

After clicking on the „cell value“ button the {%’Sheet1′!A3%} variable is included to the filename which transforms to the following filename: Company A Ecommerce Report.

The awesome thing about this feature is the dynamic usage: If cell A3 dynamically change daily, your filename automatically change daily too.

Dynamic date values for filenames are available in the PRO version of the Add-on:

Get a File Preview

After the configuration you can click on the „Preview“ button next to each file to get a preview of your file.

A new browser tab opens and you can see what your recipients will get when you sent them your files.

Save and go on

Finally, save your settings.

You now get a summary about your report configuration in the overview: 🔽

Screenshot: Export Settings Summary in Overview

Another advantage: Your sheets get automatically refreshed before sending. This is important for formulas and filters within the sheets.

Now go further with the email settings:

Schedule&Send Emails: Email Settings

With the email settings you can define to whom you send your files.

To do so click on „Edit Email Settings“ in the overview:

Screenshot: Edit Email Settings

A pop-up opens:

Screenshot: Email Settings

Setup Mail

You can now fill out the typical email fields like

  • To,
  • CC,
  • BCC,
  • subject and
  • body

Note: To send the email to several recipients simply add several email addresses in the designated text field and separate them via a commas.

Moreover you have the following advanced features available:

Optional: Dynamic Cell Values in Mail Settings

Like in the export settings you can include dynamic date values like the current or yesterdays date or any other dynamic cell value into your email fields .

Note: Dynamic Values are available for subject and body as well as for To, CC and BCC fields.

To do this, use the „current date“ button to automatically include the current date: {%Date%}

Also use the „cell value“ button to automatically include the value from the current cursor of your current sheet: {%’Sheet1′!A3%}

Screenshot: Dynamic Values in Email Settings

Dynamic values for email fields are available in the PRO version of the Add-on:

Let me show you in detail what you can do with dynamic values:

Use Case 1: Dynamic Recipients

You can dynamically send your emails to different people.

Note: Dynamic cell values can be added in the TO, CC and BCC fields.

For example: Send your emails to people stored in cell A3 which you get automatically from another sheet or any external data source.

Also BCC it to people stored in cell A4:

Screenshot: Dynamic Recipients via Email Settings

To do this, put your cursor to the appropriate cell like A3 in Sheet1.

Then click in the appropriate email field like TO, CC or BCC.

Now click the „Cell value“ button.

This includes the following template into your email field: {%’Sheet1′!A3%}

Your emails will now automatically send to all the people in cell A3 in Sheet1.

Note: To send your sheets to several recipients simply separate them with commas.

Use Case 2: Dynamic Subject

You can also add important information dynamically to the subject of your email.

For example: Add the name of the campaign you are reporting for directly in the subject line to tell your recipients exactly what the report is about.

Another example: Add the most important KPI e.g. the conversion rate in the subject to show the importance of the email.

Or simply add the date of the report:

Screenshot: Dynamic Subject in Email Settings

Use Case 3: Dynamic Body

You can even add a short summary to the email body, extracting dynamically the most important information of your attachment and write it to the email body:

Screenshot: Dynamic Body in Email Settings

You can also add a entire cell range to your email body:

Optional: Dynamic Cell Range

To include a whole cell range, simply select a range in your sheet (you can select it, even while the email settings are open!) and click „Cell Range“. This will create a new table in your email body including all selected cells:

Screenshot: Dynamic Cell Range in Emails

Attention: Google Limits

Unfortunately Google has some strict quotas and limits for Sheet addons.

Two of them applies to your email settings:

  • max. 50 recipients per email
  • max. 100 emails per day

1. Max. 50 recipients per email: You are allowed to only send emails to a maximum of 50 recipients at once. Group emails will NOT count as single email address but for each person within the group.

Hint: If you want to send emails to more than 50 recipients you need an email provider which distributes the messages itself.

2. Max. 100 emails per day: In addition you can send max.100 emails per day.

Optional: Save to Google Drive

Please note: This is a BETA-feature and will be optimized in future. If you have any hints or needs please let me know.

Optionally you can save your email attachments to Google Drive too.

To do so, select the „Save to Google Drive“ checkbox and select the folder where you want to store your files:

Screenshot: Save to Google Drive Checkbox in Email Settings

That’s all you need to do (except saving your settings)!

Your files get now automatically stored in Google Drive too.

Please note: You can’t save your files to Google Drive without scheduling your reports because you need to specify when the saving should happen.

Hint: I use this feature for documentation reasons. Whenever I need to have a quick look on reported data in the past, I go to Google Drive and look the appropriate report up.

Save and go on

Finally, save your settings.

You now get a summary about your report configuration in the overview: 🔽

Screenshot: Email Settings Summary in Overview

Send Email Now

You can now send your sheet(s) manually to your recipients via the blue „Send Email Now“ button:

Screenshot: Send Email Now Button

This is extremly helpful if you want to test your setup and send an email to you, before you start sending it to e.g. your boss, clients or colleagues.

It is also helpful when you often need to send Spreadsheet data manually but don’t want to export your files and attach it to your email each time.

Just use the blue “Send Email Now” button to manually send emails directly from Google Sheets to your recipients.

Next to the manual email sending, set up a schedule for reporting automation:

Schedule&Send Emails: Schedule Settings

With the report settings you can define when you want to sent your sheets.

To do so click on „Edit Schedule Settings“ in the overview:

Screenshot: Edit Schedule Settings

A pop-up opens:

Screenshot: Schedule Settings Popup

To add a schedule click on „Add Schedule“.

Now you can create one of the following schedules:

  • One time (doesn’t reapeat)
  • Hourly
  • Daily
  • Weekly
  • Monthly
  • Yearly

One Time Schedule

With the „one time“ schedule you can plan your schedule for a specific date in future for example for April 8th 2020 between 8am and 9am in the morning:

Screenshot: Onetime Schedule Settings

This schedule will only sent once.

It doesn’t repeat.

Hourly Schedule

With the hourly schedule your schedules will be send each hour on every day:

Screenshot: Hourly Schedule

As a more advanced option, you can instruct the schedule to send your emails every second, third, fourth, etc. hour with the „Repeat every“ setting: In this case your emails will not sent each hour but for example every second hour.

This advanced schedule configuration is available in the PRO version of the Add-on:

Moreover you can select a start date and time as well as end date for your hourly schedule:

Screenshot: Start & End Date

With this you can instruct your hourly schedule for example

  • to start tomorrow at 6pm and end after 13 occurences.
  • to start next week at midnight and end on June 13th 2021.
  • to start next month at 9am and never end.

This advanced schedule configuration is available in the PRO version of the Add-on:

Daily Schedule

To get your emails sent on a specific hour of the day choose the daily schedule:

Screenshot: Daily Schedule

With the daily schedule your emails get sent once a day on a specific time.

Please note: Unfortunately it is not possible to have smaller time frames for sending daily emails because Google didn’t allow that (Google Limit). Instead it is possible to choose a specific hour of the day like from 2am to 3am or from 4am to 5am. Your emails will be sent in this time frame.

As a more advanced option, you can instruct the schedule to send your emails every second (bi-daily), third, fourth, etc. day with the „Repeat every“ setting.

You can also select a start and end date for your daily schedules.

Please note: The repeat as well as start and end date setting is only available in the PRO version of the add-on.

Twice A Day Schedule

The daily schedule is also useful if you need to send your sheets several times a day like in the morning and in the evening:

Screenshot: Twice a Day Schedule

Note: There is no „twice a day“ option but you can set up 2 schedules – one for a specific time in the morning and one for a specific time in the evening.

Also note: You can only create one schedule in the free version of the add-on. To add an unlimited amount of schedules, please upgrade to the PRO version.

Weekly Schedule

You can also create a weekly schedule:

Screenshot: Weekly Schedule

Here you can decide on which day or days of the week the schedule should sent your emails like

  • only on Monday,
  • Monday and Tuesday,
  • Monday to Friday (Weekday),
  • Saturday and Sunday (Weekend)
  • etc.

Also choose the time your schedule should work like between 8am and 9am.

As a more advanced option, you can instruct the schedule to send your emails every second (bi-weekly), third, fourth, etc. day with the „Repeat every“ setting.

You can also select a start and end date for your daily schedules.

Please note: The repeat as well as start and end date setting is only available in the PRO version of the add-on.

Weekday Schedule

For a weekday schedule, simply create a weekly schedule and select Mo-Fr:

  • Send Emails: Weekly
  • Repeat every: 1 week
  • Repeat on: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
  • Between: e.g. 8am-9am

Screenshot: Weekday Schedule

This makes the addon much more flexible than adding a static weekday-schedule because if your week is running from Tu-Sa you can simply select Tu-Sa and get the result you need.

Weekend Schedule

For a weekend schedule, simply create a weekly schedule and select Sa and Su:

  • Send Emails: Weekly
  • Repeat every: 1 week
  • Repeat on: Saturday, Sunday
  • Between: e.g. 8am-9am

Screenshot: Weekend Schedule

This makes the addon much more flexible than adding a static weekend-schedule.

Bi-Weekly Schedules

If you like to setup a bi-weekly schedule, just increase the „repeat every“ setting to two weeks instead of one week:

Screenshot: Bi-Weekly Schedule

Note: With this you can even setup a schedule in three-week, four-week, five-week, six-week, etc. period.

Also note: This does not only work for weekly schedules but for all schedules like bi-hourly, bi-daily, bi-monthly, quaterly etc.

This advanced schedule configuration is available in the PRO version of the Add-on:

Monthly Schedule

You can create a monthly schedule as well:

Screenshot: Monthly Schedule

With the monthly schedule you can decide on which day and time your emails will be sent.

As a more advanced option, you can instruct the schedule to send your emails every second (bi-monthly), third, fourth, etc. day with the „Repeat every“ setting.

You can also select a start and end date for your daily schedules.

Please note: The repeat as well as the start and end date setting is only available in the PRO version of the add-on.

Quaterly Schedule

With the monthly schedule you can even create a quaterly schedule.

To do so add a new monthly schedule and set the repeat-setting to „every 3 months“:

Screenshot: Quaterly Schedule

Annualy Schedule

Finally you can create a yearly schedule as well:

Screenshot: Annualy Schedule

With the annualy schedule you can decide on which date and time your emails will be sent.

Start Date and Time

Moreover you can select a start date and time for all schedules:

Screenshot: Start Date and Time

With this you can instruct your schedules to start at a specific date and your emails will be sent on a specific time.

Note: By default (and in the free add-on version) the start date is today.

This advanced schedule configuration is available in the PRO version of the Add-on:

End Date

You can also select an end date for the following schedules:

  • hourly
  • daily
  • weekly
  • monthly

Screenshot: End Date

With this you can instruct your schedules to end

  • never (runs forever until you stop your schedule),
  • on a specific date,
  • after e.g. 13 occurences.

This advanced schedule configuration is available in the PRO version of the Add-on:

Save and go on

After you configured your schedule, save your settings.

You come now back in the Schedules Settings overview where you get an wounderful summary about your schedule configurations:

Screenshot: Schedule Settings Summary

Note: You can only create one schedule in the free version of the add-on. To add an unlimited amount of schedules, please upgrade to the PRO version.

Next to each schedule you have a burger menue. Click here to edit, duplicate or delete your schedule:

Screenshot: Edit Duplicate Delete Schedule

After you have created all your desired schedules, click again an „Save“.

You now get a summary about your schedule configuration in the overview: 🔽

Screenshot: Schedule Settings Summary in Overview

How to: Enable your Schedule

You can start scheduling your emails by clicking the “Enable Schedule” button:

Screenshot: Enable Schedule

You will be noticed that scheduling is enabled via a green bar at the top of the add-on:

Screenshot: Enabled Schedule in Overview

Moreover the icon next to your schedule name changes from ⛔ to ✅.

How to: Disable your Schedule

To disable scheduling for one specific person, delete this person from the email address field: Save and schedule your settings again.

delete email from to field

To disable scheduling for all people, click on the “Disable Schedule” button in the overview:

Screenshot: Disable Schedule Button in Overview

The icon next to your schedule name changes from ✅ to ⛔.

You can also disable scheduling for all people directly in the configuration by clicking on Edit –> Disable Schedule:

Screenshot: Disable Schedule Button in Configuration

You will be noticed that scheduling is disabled via a red bar at the top of the add-on:

Screenshot: Disabled Schedule in Overview

Done.

Fantastic –  you are done!

Now lean back and let the add-on do your work. ☕

But hang on…

Let me shortly tell you about the PRO version of the Schedule & Send Email add-on:

PRO FEATURES 

The PRO version covers 7+ advanced features and PRO support.

Get an feature overview here and more details below:

Further PRO features coming soon: Have a look on my roadmap.

👉 Upgrade to PRO and get immediatelly access to all PRO features.

[PRO] Multiple Configurations

The most important benefit of the PRO version are multiple configurations.

Get a quick overview via the following Youtube Video:

With multiple configurations you can send different sheets with different settings to different recipients:

Screenshot: Multiple Configurations

Why is that important?

An example: Your marketing department needs to have a daily report with marketing KPIs. They wish to get an Excel file which is sent to their email inbox. Your marketing manager needs to get the same report but instead of an Excel file as PDF. And your CEO also needs to see the marketing KPIs but only once a month.

With the basic version of the add-on you can only setup ONE configuration for example for the marketing department: A daily XLSX report.

But you need two more configurations: For your marketing manager and your CEO.

The solution: With the PRO version you can simply setup your three different configurations. ✅

Your benefits:

  • Create multiple configurations for different audiences.
  • Enable all schedules at once.
  • Disable all schedules at once.

[PRO] Unlimited Schedules

In the free version you can set up a one schedule in the schedule settings interface:

Screenshot: Schedule Limit

With PRO you can set as many schedules as you need without any limits. ✅

Get a quick overview via the following Youtube Video:

[PRO] Advanced Schedule Configurations

Furthermore you have more schedule configurations available in PRO:

  • Start date and time
  • End date
    • Never
    • On a specific date
    • After X occurences
  • Repeat Schedules all
    • two (bi-hourly), three, four, etc. hours
    • two (bi-daily), three, four, etc. days
    • two (bi-weekly), three, four, etc. weeks
    • two (bi-monthly), three, four, etc. month

[PRO] File Merger

In the free version you can only send each sheet of your Spreadsheet as a single file.

With PRO you can merge all your sheets to one file. ✅

That’s not only convenient, it also helps you work around a Googles limit: Google allows to send only 5 to 6 sheets at once whereas all others get damaged.

To avoid getting your files damaged, send them all in one file with the PDF merger.

Get a quick overview via the following Youtube Video:

[PRO] Advanced PRO Settings

To make this add-on as usable and convenient for everybody I also include features for very special and sometimes very unique cases like:

  • Skip refreshing data
  • Delay after refreshing
  • Insert or exclude reference footer in every email
advanced pro settings

Screenshot: Advanced PRO Settings

With PRO you benefit from this super advanced settings. Moreover you can request your exceptional features as well. ✅

[PRO] Premium Support

I build this add-on to save time and reduce work complexity.

That’s why it is important to me that you get your things done.

With the PRO version of my add-on you get PRO support on top. ✅

So if you have a question that keeps you awake, do get in touch with me.

I will answer your questions within 48 hours – and I do keep my words!

But don’t take my word for it – see for yourself and the great feedback in GSuite Marketplace:

schedule & send email add on for google spreadsheets

Screenshot: Schedule & Send Email add on for Google Spreadsheets

[PRO] 14 Days Money-back Guarantee

Let’s put the cards on the table:

PRO costs you

  • ONLY $29.90 per year (no automatic renewal) or
  • $99 (instead of $149) for a lifetime license.

I also give you a 14-days money back guarantee. So if you are not satisfied with the functionality during testing, just write me an email and I will refund your money.

Of course! You should not pay for something which doesn’t work for you because I also will not pay for something which does not work for me!

That’s why: 👉 GET STARTING NOW with absolutly no risk!

Rating & Feedback

If you have any questions, feel free to have a look in my comprehensive FAQ section. Here you find a lot of Q&As from other users as well as use cases, further ideas as well as valuable hints.

Also have a look in my release notes if you are searching for a specific feature. In the release notes I continously update new and available features and also include my TODO list with upcoming features.

Finally if you have any wishes, ideas, use cases, etc. which are not yet possible with my add-on yet, you can always send me an email via my contact form.

>> Now it’s time to get started.

Over 31.000+ users in 120+ countries are already convinced: Try the Schedule & Send Email add-on for Google Sheets now!

I wish you a lot of time saving and work simplification with my Add-On. 👍

Regards, Michaela

  • Alex Garcia sagt:

    If you guys could add a bi-weekly option to the scheduler that would be SUPER!!! As is, I love the app just wanted to request another feature I know people will utilize.

    • Hi Alex,

      thanks for your comment and feature suggestion. :-)))
      The bi-weekly feature is already on my todo list and I plan to implement it in the next couple of months.
      Have a look into my release notes to get to know when it will released.
      To get notified, you can upgrade to PRO to get regular release note newsletter.

      Cheers,
      Michaela

  • Gloria Smith sagt:

    I would like to send a form based on a date entered into a sheet. The form is to be sent out in 42 days, 84 days or 168 days. Is that possible with this tool?

    • Hi Gloria,

      this is possible using a little work around:
      1. Set your schedule to send daily (every day).
      2. In the email settings use a cell value as recipient, for example {%’RecipientSheet‘!A1%}
      3. Use a formula in field A1 to insert the correct recipient or nothing: =IF(A2=TODAY();“recipient@gmail.com“;““)
      The formula checks, if the email should be sent or not: If the current date („today“) equals the date in your cell A2 the email address is shown (recipient@gmail.com) and inserted in the schedule. If the date in A2 is not equal to todays date, nothing is inserted (the empty quotes „“). If no recipient is available, the schedule doesn’t send any emails.

      Hope this helps you further.

      Cheers,
      Michaela

  • Amanda sagt:

    I need to be able to schedule my emails to go out just Monday through Friday. Is that possible?

  • Juan sagt:

    Dear Michaela,
    I have configured my schedule, and it worked OK for 2 weeks, after that it simply stops sending email, although it is still activated. My data come from a google formular and I don´t open the file often, is this related in anyway?
    Mi intention is to have this report every week without need of opening the file, but it does no seem to work that way.
    Maybe it need a clause (if) to check if there is new data and then send the report?
    Thank in advance for your comments.
    Juan

    • Hi Juan,
      your use case sounds very familiar to me and should work exactly like you described it.
      Please send me a support request by using the contact form inside the addon and I will have a look at your specific settings if anything is wrong.

      Just open your spreadsheet, go to „Add-Ons“ -> „Schedule & Send Emails“ -> Contact Support and send me a message.

      Thanks and have a nice day,
      Michaela

  • Carlos sagt:

    Hi, Michaela:
    I would like to know whether there is any auto-filtering possibility. I would like to send only a certain number of rows, based on the current date. Imagine I want to send a report every Friday including only the rows added during that same week. Rows have a date field to identify them
    Thanks

    • Hi Carlos,
      you can simply create a filtered view in your spreadsheet and use this as attachment:
      Open your spreadsheet, select your data columns you want to filter, go to „Data / Create a Filter“.
      Now select your date column and select „Date is before“ „last week“, for example.

      In the addon you can select your sheet with your filtered view, filters will be refresh before every send.

      If you need more details, just send me a support request via the addon: Open a spreadsheet, go to Addons / Schedule & Send Emails / Contact Support.

      Looking forward to your feedback 🙂

  • This Addon helps a lot in managing the email. Even it has the best feature of scheduling email.