In the coming weeks, WhatsApp will finally launch one of the most awaited features for its users. The feature, available for both Android and iOS, allows anyone to natively send a message to yourself in the appwithout the need for hacks.
The novelty will make life easier for users who want to create a space on WhatsApp that only they have access to and where they can “archive” information that they want to find later easily.
This means that if he received a message or a file that he doesn’t want to lose, he can simply forward its content to the conversation in question. Or, in case you need to write a shopping list, send it directly in the chat, where you can access it quickly and easily.
To start a private conversation, the process is the same as for any other chat. To do so, just follow the steps below:
- Open WhatsApp;
- Tap the icon to start a new conversation;
- Tap on your contact, which will be at the top of the list;
- Okay, your chat is already created.
Telegram has “Saved Messages” feature
Although the feature is new on WhatsApp, tricks to be able to create a conversation with yourself have existed for a long time on the platform.
In order to have this space for notes, users created a conversation group and then removed the added contacts, so that only their own number remained in the chat.
A trick that does not happen on platforms like Telegram, which already natively offers the feature. In it, the user can create a private chat by accessing the account settings and then selecting the option “Saved Messages🇧🇷
The option automatically creates a private chat room, so that all its contents are stored in the cloud and can only be accessed by the owner of the conversation.