Want to schedule messages on WhatsApp? Here’s how to do it on Android phones


Unfortunately WhatsApp doesn’t offer native support for scheduling texts in advance, but Android users can make use of third-party apps to do just that. — AFP

WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging apps in the world. A user base of over two billion is a testament to this claim.

Now, WhatsApp offers many features to its users that are aimed at making chats on its platform simpler and swifter. For instance, users can make their messages disappear after a specified period of time. Similarly, another feature called playback speed, enables users to listen to audio messages at a greater speed. The list goes on and on and on. But one thing that users CAN’T do is schedule WhatsApp messages.

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