Spark for Mac

5.4. Snooze an Email

Spark allows you to snooze an email to make it appear as “new” in your inbox at a specific time. This feature is helpful when you can’t answer an important email immediately and want to get a reminder about it later.

Snoozing works across all your devices. You can snooze an email on Mac and receive it on your iPhone and vice versa. Make sure you're logged into the same email for sync on both of your devices. Learn more about the sync option in Spark.

Snoozing an email

Open the email and click on the Snooze icon on the top toolbar. Select the time you want the email to appear in your inbox. Tick Alert to receive a notification about the snoozed email.

To set the time and date manually, click Pick date. Choose the needed time and click Snooze.

The Someday option means an email won’t return to your inbox at any specific time, but it is available in the Snoozed folder.

Note: You can snooze an email in your inbox with a swipe. To customize swipes, click Spark at the top left of your screen and go to Preferences > General > Swipe Actions.

Editing or discarding a snooze

All snoozed emails which haven’t returned to your inbox are available in the Snoozed folder on the left sidebar. If you don’t see this folder, click More on the sidebar and choose Snoozed. To keep this folder on the sidebar, open Preferences > Folders and tick Snoozed.

To change the snooze time of your email, open it, click at the top toolbar and select a different time. If you don’t want this email to appear as new in your inbox, click Discard Snooze.

Note: The snooze automatically turns off when you receive a new message into the thread with a snoozed email. The new message appears in your inbox as usual.

Customizing the snooze options

Click Spark at the top left and go to Scheduling > Snoozes. This menu allows you to decide when you want to receive snoozed emails. Tick the options you wish and select the time.

You can tick Notify me to receive push notifications about snoozed emails in your inbox.

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