Messaging yourself on WhatsApp will become easy in future
Android users have got loads of options when it comes to taking notes and saving the links to visit later. You have got your pick of best note-taking apps, or you can just rely on something you already use every day like Slack or Telegram, those messaging services allow you to save the messages for later and message yourself. WhatsApp is now interested in playing a catch-up, and is now testing out its own enhancements to self-messaging. It sounds a bit silly to message yourself if you are not used to it, but it has its uses instead of installing dedicated app like Pocket to manage web links to revisit or an app like Google Tasks to maintain grocery lists.
As a multi-device support is already available, you could use chats with yourself to transfer small files between the devices. With new 22.214.171.124 beta release of Android app, WABetaInfo points out that select WhatsApp beta testers are getting access to try out “Message yourself” feature. As the name suggest, WhatsApp is adding chat option somewhat strange labeled “Me(You)”. When you will tap on the floating action button in the lower-right corner of the screen, it will prompt you to message new contact, a new group or a new Community. Under these options you see a list of all your contacts who also use WhatsApp. The new option to message yourself could sit atop the list of your contacts.