You may say goodbye to maintaining a backup WhatsApp number only for the purpose of taking notes. You may communicate with yourself using the self-chatting option on the messaging app that is owned by Facebook. It’s helpful for many things, like writing down notes or crucial information, storing links and videos, and bookmarking DIY projects and how-tos that you might want to review later.
Self-chatting on WhatsApp is entirely secure and doesn’t need any additional software or apps to be installed. Follow the simple instructions below to message yourself on WhatsApp if you’re unsure how to do it.
- On the device you wish to utilise WhatsApp’s self-chatting function on, launch your browser.
- Copy-paste your WhatsApp number and the country code or write “wa.me/” in the address bar (no spacing). For users in India, the final link will like this: “wa.me/91XXXXXXXXXX.”
- Now click “search”
- You’ll be sent to a WhatsApp screen where your phone number and the “Tap To Share” button are prominently displayed. Select “Continue to talk” from the dialogue box that appears, or click on it. You will see the “Open WhatsApp” dialogue box if you are doing this action on a desktop.
- You may communicate with yourself on WhatsApp when the page redirects you there.
- Your chat window will be visible, bearing the chat name “You,” which can be renamed.
- WhatsApp will display your chat window along with all your chats
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