Scheduling Whatsapp messages in Android device: All you need to know
Here is all you need to know about scheduling Whatsapp messages on Android phones.
The Whatsapp app keeps on upgrading new features like stickers, payments, GIFs, and deleting messages. But in case there is a need to send a message to someone at midnight, the facility for scheduling the message is not available. Currently, it has not introduced the scheduled Whatsapp message. Therefore, it is done through downloading a third party app.
The benefit of scheduling a Whatsapp message is you can easily send birthday and anniversary messages to family and friends right at midnight. Though Whatsapp provides a lot of features, this aspect of it is missing.To overcome that, you can follow the below process.
Here is the step-by-step guide to Whatsapp message scheduling:
- Open Google play store and download the SKEDit Scheduling App
- Click on this link to download
- Sign up by creating an account.
- If you want to create an account, click on ‘create account’.
- Now enter the requirements like name, email id and password.
- Then again, click on create account.
- Tap on ‘Send verification code’ to verify the email address.
- Enter the code received in the inbox and click on ‘verify Email’.
- On the Add services page, press on Whatsapp.
- Now there will be a permission accessibility for SKEDit, click on it.
- Then tap on the ‘Use service’ and select participants on Whatsapp for whom a message should be scheduled.
- Select the date and time to send a message.
- The ‘Ask me before sending’ option needs to be enabled
- Next, click the tick mark in the top right corner.
- On the day the message is to be delivered, a notification will be received to send, edit or dismiss the message.
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