Gmail’s Snooze feature lets you postpone when you wish to receive an email that’s already available in your inbox. It works similar to snoozing an alarm. You postpone the time that the alarm goes off to a later time. Gmail lets you snooze an email or a couple of emails at a time to a later time or date. That could be later on the same day, tomorrow, next week, next weekend, and at a custom date and time.
You may want to customize default snooze times in Gmail to fit your schedules. What is available is a one-size-fits-all solution which can’t obviously fit everyone’s working schedules.
By default Gmail allows you to snooze your emails between three default times. These include 8:00 AM, 1:00 PM and 6:00 PM. Frtunately, you can change these Gmail snooze times to suit your working schedules.
Here’s how to change these default snooze times.
How to Customize Gmail’s Default Snooze Times
Method 1: In your browser on Mac or PC
Step 1. Sign in your Google account in your browser