How to Schedule Messages in WhatsApp Web to Send Later
Schedule Messages in WhatsApp Web is not available natively in the service, but you can use an extension to add this feature
One way or another, at some point you may have wondered if it wouldn’t be easier if there was a way to schedule messages on WhatsApp to send later. In fact, this is a feature that many users would like to see in the service, but natively it’s not yet available.
This does not mean that it is not possible to schedule messages on WhatsApp to be sent later. In this case, you can do this via WhatsApp Web with the Blueticks extension, available for the Google Chrome browser.
The configuration step-by-step is quite simple and you will see that it can be very useful to have access to the possibility to schedule the sending of messages on WhatsApp. See how to do this in this tutorial.
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WhatsApp Web: How to Schedule Messages to Send Later
Step 1. Using Google Chrome browser, go to this link to download and install Blueticks extension from Chrome Web Store.
Step 2. Click “Use in Chrome”. A dialog will pop up asking if the app can read and change your data on blueticks.co, web.whatsapp.com and whatsapp-scheduler.com. Click on “Add Extension”.
Step 3. After download and installation, a blue “checkmark” icon will be added in the upper right corner of the browser bar.
Step 4. Close Google Chrome and restart your browser. Then go to WhatsApp Web.
Step 5. Join any conversation. Note that right next to the message field, in the lower right corner, there is a new icon – a stylized + sign that resembles a clock.
Step 6. Write the message you want to schedule and click the + sign. A dialog will open where you can set the date and time you want the upload to take place.
Step 7. If you want this message to be sent frequently, check the “Custom recurrence” field and then determine the frequency.
Step 8. Another option is to cancel the scheduled delivery if you receive any message before that. In this case, check the “Cancel when a message is received” field.
Step 9. Finally, click on “Schedule Send” to schedule.
Step 10. If everything went well you will see a new icon at the top left of the screen – the “List of Schedule Messages”. Click on it to see all scheduled messages pending delivery.
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