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WhatsApp is a common messaging platform that is used by most smartphone users these days. The platform is getting many new features and updates bringing notable additions that will enhance the user experience.
WhatsApp has got the ability to send voice messages, share documents, send to multiple recipients, delete several messages, star messages, and many more. But, the platform hasn't included the ability for WhatsApp users to schedule a message as per their convenience.
Likewise Facebook, messages on WhatsApp can be scheduled to send them later by simply adding a timing to the message. This is possible with an app called Schedule WhatsApp Messages available on Android. However, the app requires your smartphone to be rooted.
Take a look at the steps to schedule WhatsApp messages from here.
Schedule WhatsApp Messages: Step 1
First, you need to download and the WhatsApp Scheduling app on your Android phone.
Schedule WhatsApp Messages: Step 2
On opening the app, it will require you for a Superuser permission in order to proceed. You need to grant the super user access to the app.
Schedule WhatsApp Messages: Step 3
Then, click on the pencil icon that appears on the top right corner of the Pending Messages menu and choose the Contact or Group you need to send the message to and set the scheduling time.
Schedule WhatsApp Messages: Step 4
Now, click on Add and add the contact and the message. Your message can be seen under the Pending Messages tab and it will sent at the time you have set.
Schedule WhatsApp Messages: Step 5
That's it! You have already scheduled a WhatsApp message. Take a look at all the messages from this tab.