Whatsapp my personal storage.

WhatsApp is a flawless informing application for keeping in contact with loved ones. It is super-quick, takes a shot at about all mobile phones (counting desktop PCs).

You have been utilizing WhatsApp essentially for chatting  and calling yet there are a few other uses for WhatsApp that will you can make use of. Other than speaking with the outer world, you can likewise utilize WhatsApp to:

  1. Capture and save ideas, notes, voice memos, scanned documents and everything else in you own private chat storage space that is accessible from everywhere.
  2. Quickly transfer web links, documents, screenshots, and other files between your computer and phone without having to sign-up for another service.

It is not possible to send WhatsApp messages to your own number but there’s a simple hack to get around this problem. Create a new WhatsApp group with just a single participant – you. Here’s how:

  • Open WhatsApp on your phone and create a new group.
  • Add any contact from your contact list to this group. Give your group a name and save.
  • Now go to the group in WhatsApp, tap the subject to view the list of participants.
  • Tap and hold the other member in this list and remove them from the group.

That’s it. What you now have a private store in WhatsApp that is visible only to you and accessible from the web (desktop) and your mobile phone.

If you wish to transfer a document from computer to phone, open web.whatsapp.com on the computer, send the file to this group and it will instantly become available on your phone. There’s search built-in so you can easily find messages by keyword later.

Thank You Labnol for the useful tip.


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