WhatsApp, which is owned by Meta, revealed on Monday that a special ‘Message Yourself’ feature will be available in India in the upcoming weeks. According to the firm, it is a 1:1 talk with yourself where you may exchange notes, reminders, and alerts with yourself.
To monitor their to-do checklists, WhatsApp users may send notes, appointments, grocery lists, and other items to themselves. This functionality will be available for iPhone and Android and will be accessible to all customers in the coming weeks, according to the company.
Here’s a tutorial on how to utilize the Message Yourself WhatsApp feature:
- Launch WhatsApp.
- Start a new chat.
- Your contact will appear at the top of the page.
- Select your phone number and begin chatting!
Relevance of this upcoming WhatsApp functionality
It will be great to see how this feature develops because it appears to have the potential to benefit WhatsApp users in a variety of ways. This enables individuals to keep essential messages and access them from a single location.
Previously, users had to star communications, which can be secured by long tapping a message, which brings up a dialog box that appears with the choice of starring a message, which saves it in a different folder. These starred messages can be accessed by tapping the three dots in the app’s top-right corner.
Many users also used to communicate with themselves via the wa.me URL utilizing the phone’s “click chat” functionality. However, this upcoming innovation will simplify and shorten the procedure.
Users couldn’t message their own mobile numbers before Meta added this ability to WhatsApp. Previously, users would start a group with any of their contacts and force other members out, leaving only them in the chat to conduct a private conversation with themselves. So this new feature has solved this problem.
Meanwhile, according to the latest update, the messaging platform will soon allow users to post audio notes as their WhatsApp Status Update. Stay tuned to the site to know more about WhatsApp’s upcoming features.
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