WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging programs with a variety of functions. It does, however, lack some critical features, one of which is message scheduling. While WhatsApp provides a number of useful features, such as stickers, GIFs, and the ability to delete messages, the instant messaging network does not allow users to schedule conversations. If a user recalls to ping someone in the middle of the night, he or she will either have to remember to do it the next day or do it right then, because there is no option to plan it.
While WhatsApp has a lot of handy features, including stickers, GIFs, and the option to erase messages, users cannot schedule chats. If a user remembers to ping someone in the middle of the night, he or she must either remember to do it the next day or do it right then and there because there is no option to schedule it.
What is the best way to schedule WhatsApp messages?
Several third-party apps can help you schedule WhatsApp messages on Android. While other apps claim to be able to do the job, only SKEDit succeeds. Here’s how to use SKEDit to schedule WhatsApp messages. The app is poorly rated on the play store because of its compatibility with devices and android versions. Yu can give it a shot if this works for you then good to go.
- Open the app after downloading it from the Google Play Store. The user must sign up for the app when it first launches.
- After you’ve signed up, go to the main menu and select WhatsApp.
- Allow the app to ask for permissions. Toggle on Use Service under Enable Accessibility > SKEDit to allow. Return to the app after that.
- Fill in the recipient, the message the user wants to send, and the time and date the user wishes to send the message after that. The user will also be prompted if they want the planned message to be repeated.
- Finally, before the message is sent, the user will be asked if they want to be asked. Users can turn this option on by tapping the tick icon and then toggle it off. After this action, the message will be sent.
- If the user has decided to be asked when the message is sent, they will receive a notification on the appointed day asking for approval to finish the activity. Following that, the user may watch the message be delivered in real-time.
- The user will be requested to disable the phone’s screen lock and battery optimization if they choose not to be asked when sending the message. While this makes sending planned messages automatic and instant, it may violate your privacy, thus it is not a recommended alternative.