From Grocery Lists To Travel Itineraries, WhatsApp Now Lets You Message Yourself

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by Sanjana Shenoy 95

Have you ever wished you could message yourself on WhatsApp —send yourself reminders, and save pictures and notes? Well, you’re not the only one. Some people have even re-purposed old WhatsApp groups, after other members left them, to message themselves. But now you don’t have to do any of this. The Meta-owned platform now lets you message yourself—everything from grocery lists to even travel itineraries.

WhatsApp Lets You Message Yourself

WhatsApp India has rolled out a cool new feature called ‘Message Yourself’. It’s a bid to make the messaging platform more convenient and user-friendly. You can have a 1:1 chat with yourself. More importantly, you can use the app to send updates, pictures, reminders, notes, travel itineraries, prescriptions and even grocery lists to yourself.

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So, how do you do this? Well, first open WhatsApp. Then, create a new chat. Once you click on create a new chat, you can find your own contact right at the top of the list. Click on your own number and then start messaging yourself. It’s as easy as it can get. You can expect to find this new feature on WhatsApp in the coming weeks.

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Call Links Feature On App Great For Travel Plans

Earlier, WhatsApp introduced call links which work just like Google Meet. So users can create call links and have group audio and video calls with friends and family. It’s pretty useful to finally make that Goa plan work. What do you think? Meanwhile, we think the Meta-owned platform’s ‘Message Yourself’ feature is perfect to plan solo trips. After all, you can curate your entire travel plan and have it handy at any time.

What do you think about this new feature? Let us know in the comments section below.

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