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Schedule by ZapierEvery Week
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GmailSend Email

Maybe you have a team that you need to send a weekly email to, or you want to remind yourself of something every week by email. This Gmail integration with the Zapier scheduling tool makes it easy to send yourself, or anyone else, a weekly reminder email with any content that you want.

How It Works

  1. It reaches the day and time of the week that you choose
  2. Zapier sends an email from Gmail with the content you want

What You Need

  • Gmail account

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It's easy to connect Gmail + Schedule by Zapier and requires absolutely zero coding experience—the only limit is your own imagination.

When this happens...
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New Email Matching Search

Triggers when you receive a new email that matches a search string you provide.

Create Draft

Create (but do not send) a new email message.

New Labeled Email

Triggers when you receive a new email and label it within two days.

Send Email

Create and send a new email message.

New Attachment

Triggers when you receive a new attachment (triggers once per attachment).

Add Label to Email

Add a label to an email message.

New Starred Email

Triggers when you receive a new email and star it within two days.

Create Label

Creates a new label.

New Thread

Triggers when a new thread starts.

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One of the most popular email services, Gmail keeps track of all your emails with treaded conversations, tags, and Google-powered search to locate find any message you need.

Schedule is a native Zapier app you can use for recurring tasks. Trigger an action every day of the month, every day of the week or every single day. You can also select the hour of the day. If you're a developer, this is similar to a crontab, cronjob or cron.