One more feature that WhatsApp is developing will let you send messages to only yourself.
On its beta apps for Android and iOS, WhatsApp has been testing some enhancements for sending messages to oneself. A self-messaging feature that would make it easier for users to send messages to themselves has reportedly been tested on a messaging platform owned by Meta.
WhatsApp is currently testing some enhancements for sending messages to yourself for some beta testers on its beta apps for Android and iOS, according to (WA Beta Info).
Following the launch of the WhatsApp beta for the Android 18.104.22.168 update, WhatsApp is currently running a small test by distributing “messages with yourself” to a select number of beta testers.
After updating to the most recent version of the Android app, some beta testers discovered that WhatsApp is now highlighting that chat by adding “message yourself” as the chat caption, according to the report.
WhatsApp now offers a “Me (You)” chat option that lets you send messages to only yourself.
While waiting, you can still use WhatsApp to message yourself by creating a group with only you as a member or using the wa.me (Click to Message link).
However, messaging yourself can be a helpful feature or the best way to communicate with yourself if you need to send a crucial message later or transfer files between your devices.
A feature that, in short, helps us keep personal information, such as notes, videos, and other files, safe in our own chat rather than saving it elsewhere.
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