How to Send Delayed Text Messages

By Jesse Lanclos

In relationships, forgetting a birthday or anniversary can cause hurt feelings and a loss of trust. In business, reminding your employees about upcoming meetings and appointments can ensure that your company runs smoothly. Thankfully, you can schedule reminders to yourself or birthday wishes to someone else--for free.

Things You'll Need

  • Internet access

Step 1

Open your web browser and navigate to

Step 2

Click "Register" to open a free account.

Step 3

Fill out the form that appears. The form asks for your name, desired user name, password, email address and cell phone number. Click "Register" once you have completed the form.

Step 4

Check your email. Open the email from and click the confirmation link to confirm your email address. You will be taken to a page that confirms your validation.

Step 5

Click "login." The login screen appears, with the user name and password already filled out. Click "Login" again.

Step 6

Click "Add Reminder" in the upper right corner.

Step 7

Fill in the details of your reminder, including the message, type, date, time and time zone. Also select whether to send the message to yourself or someone else. Check the appropriate box for your preferred delivery options (email, text message or Twitter).

Step 8

Click "Set Reminder."

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