How to Send WhatsApp Messages to Yourself

How to Send WhatsApp Messages to Yourself

Not everyone is a fan of long, detailed text conversations. Do you know those long conversations that last for three to four hours without one realizing it? Talking about your fears, dreams, secrets, and emotions that you cannot express in daily life is where you can continue your conversation. You never stop looking forward to your next session when you share that comfort level with someone.

Have you ever sent messages to yourself? Most of us here have probably done this on Gmail or another mailing platform. What about social media platforms such as WhatsApp? What if they let you send yourself a message? This is exactly what we are about to discover in today's blog. If you want to learn more, stay with us until the end of this blog.

Why would you want to send a WhatsApp message?

Let's take a moment to ponder this question before we start talking about how to send messages to ourselves on WhatsApp. We are certain it isn't because you're lonely or bored. Even if that were the case, messaging yourself on WhatsApp won't help.

What else would one use it for? We'll tell you. We'll let you know. You can have any document, from birth certificates or school certificates to proofs of national identity such as Aadhar and Passport.

You can't just keep going back to your gallery each time you need the photos; there must be a better way. You can find many digital vaults and lockers to protect your documents, but you will need to download their apps and register.

Imagine if all your important documents could be kept in one place without you doing all the work. It will allow you to access, delete, or add new files without having to go through all the hassle. Isn't this too good to be true! It's not true because you can send yourself messages via WhatsApp. You could create a WhatsApp conversation and keep your important stuff together.

Let's return to the original question. Can it be done? Continue reading the next section to find out.

Is it possible for you to send a WhatsApp message?

We've covered the necessity to be able to send messages to yourself via WhatsApp. Let's now discuss the possibility. Can you send yourself a WhatsApp message? Technically, no. Technically, it's not because you can't type your phone number into WhatsApp's search bar above the Chats tab.

Does that mean it can't be done? Do not jump to conclusions. It is possible to send WhatsApp messages directly from your phone without the need for any third-party software. The only twist is that you will need to use your browser. Do you want to know more? Let's get started!

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How to send WhatsApp messages to yourself

Step 1: Open your web browser on your smartphone and open a new tab.

Step 2 First, enter a.me// and enter your country code (+91 in India for Indian citizens), followed by your 10-digits telephone number without spaces.

The trick will not work if the number isn't registered and active on WhatsApp.

Step 3 - After entering and double-checking the number, hit Search and then wait for a while.

Step 4: Your browser will automatically redirect you to a new page using API.whatsapp.com for its web address.

You'll also see the message in the center of this page: Chat with WhatsApp at +91xxxxxxxxx

Step 5 You'll see a green CONTINUE to CHATbutton under this message. After you tap this button, you will see a Start chat menu. After that, you'll be redirected directly to WhatsApp's app.

This will open your empty conversation with your WhatsApp number. All you have to do is type/upload all files, and they will be saved for as long as you like.

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How to send messages to yourself on Whatsapp Web

You're not alone in wondering if the browser trick works with PCs. Because smartphones can become distracting, many prefer to use WhatsApp Web and laptops for work. If you need to send a message, but your phone is not available, can you use WhatsApp Web? If you are already logged in to your WhatsApp Web, you can. It will work exactly as before. The process will begin from your web browser and eventually lead to your WhatsApp Web.


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