The tech giant company Google is rolling out text scheduling in Messages for Android.

Twitter user Sai Reddy and others have discovered that Google is rolling out the option to schedule texts in Android’s Messages, saving you the trouble of finding a third-party app.

Google provides a few presets, but you can give Messages a custom schedule if you have a specific moment in mind. Any text you queue will show in your conversation as a “scheduled message” with a clock icon, and you can tap on it to change the content or timing.

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