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Schedule your WhatsApp messages now, here’s how to do it?

Whatsapp Business users can rejoice now, Whatsapp has made their dream true

WhatsApp is the most used instant messaging app, thanks to the wide range of features and the user-friendly interface. More than 1.6 billion (160 crore) people across the world use this app. It is then followed by Facebook Messenger with 1.3 billion users and then the Chinese messaging app WeChat with 1.1 billion users. If there was one thing missing from the most adored social messaging app, it was the scheduling of messages. The new feature introduced by WhatsApp lets all the business account users to schedule the messages. A large number of people who use it for personal communication will have to wait for few more days to access the future.

How can business account users can schedule the message?

Million of business account users can now avail the new feature of WhatsApp of scheduling the messages. Scheduled messages are also often called set away messages. To schedule a message, go to the app settings then click on Business settings and finally on away messages. Now just turn on the Send Away Message and enter the message you want to send.

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Now, click on Select Custom Schedule and click on Recipients. Here select the contacts to whom you want to schedule the messages and tap Save.

This feature will allow many business account users to snot worry about sending a message while they are sleeping, watching a movie or hanging out.

You should also keep this in mind that you can only schedule messages when you have an active internet connection.

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Is there any way for scheduling message for personal communication?

If you want to use WhatsApp for personal communication and still want to use the feature of scheduling the message without waiting for WhatsApp to officially roll out the feature. Then you will need to download a third-party app, SKEDit. We also want to warn you that the third-party app will have access to your WhatsApp account. So, if you are concerned about your privacy and do not want to provide access to sensitive information, then you should wait for the official roll-out of the feature.

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