WhatsApp 'Message Yourself' feature Rolling Out on Windows Beta App
WhatsApp has already begun rolling out a new feature that lets you chat with yourself for Android and iOS. Now, it is rolling out on Windows PC, currently available/accessible on the Windows Beta version of the app.
The new feature lets you store/save important information, maybe a document, text, media, or file so you can access them later on. It serves as a storage space on your WhatsApp account, just as the Telegram saved message feature, that's how this works.
To get a hold of this new feature on your Windows 11/10/8 PC, you have to download WhatsApp beta for Windows 2.2248.2.0 update on the Microsoft store or WhatsApp official website.
Once you have updated your app, you will see the 'YOU" feature accessible on your chat/contacts list. On opening it, there is not much difference compared to other chats, so you can just simply store important information there like shopping lists, quick notes, saved pictures/videos, and lots more.
Furthermore, reports suggest that not only will any saved message be shared across all linked devices of yours, and backed up, but also they are end-to-end encrypted, so only the user who sent the message has the privilege to see them across all their linked devices.