Gmail has introduced many advanced features that protect the privacy of users. One such feature is the provision to send emails to undisclosed recipients. Sending emails to undisclosed recipients also makes the email look much more professional.
You can always use the BCC field on an email compose page to send emails to undisclosed recipients. The section below analyses the ways how to send email to undisclosed recipients.
How to Send Emails to any Undisclosed Recipients in Gmail?
You can send emails to undisclosed recipients in Gmail by following the general instructions for the process.
Open the Gmail account.
Click on the Compose option to create a new email.
The Compose box appears on the screen.
In the To slot of the compose box, type in Undisclosed recipients and the recipient’s email address within angle brackets.
Click on the Bcc option. Enter the email address/es to which you want to send a copy of the message.
Now enter the message and subject like in a regular email and click the Send option. The email is now delivered.