Sending messages in WhatsApp just got a lot easier. With this guide on how to send 1,000 messages at once in WhatsApp, you’ll be able to blast out your messages to your entire contact list without having to worry about the recipient number limit! You’ll even learn how to do it without buying expensive apps! So whether you want to save time or money, read on for step-by-step instructions on how to send 1,000 messages at once in WhatsApp.
Part 1: Create your list
Every professional wants a huge fan base, and your business is no different. To send 1,000 messages or more at once in WhatsApp, you’ll first need a list of contacts on your phone. You can make your own list by adding numbers individually to a new group on WhatsApp—just tap create new group and type a name for it; then tap add members (the green plus button) to start adding people from your contacts list.
Part 2: The syntax to write the message
[send=groupchat (space) 1000 (space) Text (space)] In order to send the message using this syntax, it must be on one line. To make it easier for you, we suggest copying and pasting the text from the box below:
MESSAGE TEXT HERE!
Part 3: Verify that you are writing the correct command
As a best practice, it’s always a good idea to verify that you are writing the correct command. Often times commands on remote computers look very similar but have slight variations; verifying will save you time and prevent mistakes down the road.
Part 4: Check whether it worked
Did you manage to get an answer? Did you get results by sending personalised emails? Did a professional reach out to you? The first thing that you should do is check whether it worked. Because if it didn’t then how will you know what kind of changes should be made. You can do that by looking for three things: Did people actually read it? Did they want more information about your product or service. And did they reach out wanting more information.
Part 5: What does no such user mean?
Group chats are a pain point for many users. When someone is kicked out of a group chat, you get a no such user error message when you try to add that person back. But there is an easy fix! If you want to be added back into a group chat without knowing who kicked you out: go through your Facebook friends and find someone who knows everyone else in that chat.
Part 6: The limitations of this trick
The time-delay hack mentioned above only works if you and your message recipient are both on 3G/4G. As soon as either of you is on WiFi or 2G, it stops working. Also keep in mind that there are only 1000 participants per group, so you’ll want to keep your groups small if you plan on doing a mass message drop. But that shouldn’t be too big of an issue considering how easy it is to make new groups!