WhatsApp has become one of the most famous and used OEM among people around the globe. With this app, people came close and conveyed their messages with their friends and relatives. This app is more reliable, secure, feature rich, cost efficient, and effortless to use. However, there is a lack of one feature that is scheduling the WhatsApp messages. Many apps allow you to schedule your messages, but there is no such functionality that you can take advantage of.
However, you can’t schedule messages in WhatsApp, and there are few methods that you can use if you want to leverage this feature. So if you are someone that seeking for the solution to schedule WhatsApp messages on Android device then here we are with two best techniques that you can take a look and use it to schedule your WhatsApp messages on Android device.
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How to Schedule WhatsApp Messages on Android Phone: Two Methods Explained
Here we are going to list two techniques that will help you schedule WhatsApp messages on Android device.
How to Schedule WhatsApp Messages on Android without Root
Step #1. First off, Install Scheduler for WhatsApp app from the Google Play Store.
Step #3. This will take you to the Settings → Accessibility. Tap on Whatsapp Scheduler and enable the service to use it for that simply hit the toggle button and you will be asked about “Use Whatsapp Scheduler?” here tap on the OK option, and the service will be enabled.
Step #5. It will take you to the Schedule Alarm Page, Under the Select Recipient Type, choose the WhatsApp Contact. But if you want to set schedule for WhatsApp Group you can also choose that option however you need to upgrade the app to paid version to use this feature. By default, WhatsApp Contact option is on.
How to Schedule WhatsApp Messages on Android ( Required Root)
Step #1. First off, Install Seebye Scheduler ROOT app on your Android phone.
Step #4. Here under the name, Enter the rule of your message. Then select your message type from image, text, and sound. If you want to text message then choose text, if you want your message in picture then choose image, and if you want to have your message in sound format then select Sound option.
Step #5. Now, choose contact to whom you want to schedule your message. Then, select your schedule date and time, and even you can set frequency of your message based on daily, hourly, weekly, monthly and yearly as well.
Step #6. Once you are done simply tap on “Add button”, and this is it your message is scheduled. But make sure it shows Active status this means your message is schedule and if it shows Inactive status this means it may be disabled.
So these are two techniques that you can use to schedule your WhatsApp messages on your Android device. Now, say what do you think? Have used any one of these techniques? Which one have you used and how does it goes? Does it run reliably on your device? You can leave your valuable comment here in the comment section or even can leave your comment on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.