One of the most popular instant messaging services utilised worldwide is WhatsApp. Despite its enormous popularity, it is missing a few features that we hope will be added in the upcoming releases. We already covered WhatsApp’s upload size cap and workarounds. The capability to schedule messages is another feature that WhatsApp users fervently desire. When you want to offer your loved ones greetings on important events like birthdays and anniversaries, sending a planned message can be useful. If you manage a business account on WhatsApp and need to send clients promotional messages, it might be very helpful. Fortunately, there is a solution to this problem. We demonstrate how to schedule WhatsApp messages on Android in this article.
See also: Gmail email scheduling instructions
Here s how you can schedule WhatsApp messages on your Android smartphone
Even though WhatsApp doesn’t have a built-in feature for scheduled messages, you can still complete your work using a few third-party applications.
Among the apps you may use to schedule your WhatsApp messages are ScheduleUp, SKEDIt, and Do It Later.
Step 2: Click on the plus sign (plus) in the bottom right corner of the screen.
Step 3: Complete the information on the next screen. This contains the text you want to send, the person you want to send it to, the text’s content, and the time and date you want to send it.
Step 4: When you’re finished, tap the checkmark icon in the top right corner of your screen. The time that you’ve chosen for your message will be booked.
Additionally, Twitter discovered trying a web browser’s scheduling feature.
This is how a WhatsApp message can be scheduled. ScheduleUp and other third-party apps can be used to set the frequency of promotional messages you want to send to your customer list if you operate a business account on WhatsApp. Read this tutorial if you wish to send huge files using WhatsApp.