Meta-owned WhatsApp has been improving by bringing more features and improvements. Recently, it brought Companion Mode, increased the limit for group members, polls in chats, Community, multiple options for voice messages, multi-device support, option to delete messages for all, disappearing media & messages, and reactions into chats. It also supported migrating chats from iOS & vice versa. Today, WhatsApp has made the Message Yourself feature live in India. The feature is live for both Android and iOS users in India. The feature is similar to Note to Self in Signal and Saved Messages in Telegram.
WhatsApp will also allow sending notes, pictures, videos, audio, and documents to themselves in the chat. Earlier, one used to create a group with others and later remove the other person to forward the Message to himself. Some others used to save their contact number and Message themself. With the introduction of the Message, Yourself feature, it is now easy for a user to take notes or create a shopping list.
The chat can be accessed only by the user, not by others. To start sending messages yourself, open WhatsApp and click on create a new chat option. It will now display your contact card at the top of your contact list and click on the same to get started. Meta said the feature is rolling out in batches and will be available to everyone in the coming days. In related news, WhatsApp is bringing a voice option in Status.