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WhatsApp Now Allows Users To Send Messages To Themselves on Android and iOS

by Joseph Richard
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WhatsApp app is constantly changing, and the notification mechanism for messaging will be somewhat changed, and users may even be given the option to recover deleted communications.

This week, Meta has decided to gradually roll out yet another brand-new feature that Internet users will find to be quite helpful.

As a result, users may now send messages to themselves on Android and iOS due to versions 2.22.23.77 and 22.23.74, respectively. Keep in mind that this tool is launched progressively. Therefore, not everyone has access to the update yet, and it will likely be required to wait a few more days for this.

Internet users may already send messages to themselves using various instant messaging services like Messenger. The capability has been undergoing testing for a few weeks and now seems prepared for widespread deployment. This choice may seem unimportant initially, but it may save you money.

Users may start a debate and transmit things (pictures, papers, movies, etc.) as a reminder. These may then be retrieved using WhatsApp from any device, requiring a quick simultaneous connection from a PC and a mobile device to your account.

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