Whats App is undoubtedly one of the best services meant for people to exchange messages. On January 2017, Whats App for iOS rolled out one update that allows the users to queue up messages offline and therefore to send those messages automatically while the users regain connection. This is a really handy feature and it has been available already for the Android users from June 2016. So, with this update, the days of waiting for getting an internet connection while sending a Offline-Whats-App-Messages is now over.
It means, with this new update, the iOS users can now send messages even while there is no internet connection available. With this update, the “send” button will remain active even while being offline and the user will be able to send messages as early as the connection is reestablished. This is really handy even in case of digital marketing of companies.
iOS users, who want to take the advantage of this new feature, need to install the latest version of WhatsApp (2.17.1) on their phones.
Earlier, the send button was disabled on the iPhones when there was no strong internet connection or in case the user loses connection at the time of mid-sending a message in WhatsApp and in this case the message would stick in the text box. So, in case you are traveling in a tube or are flying to somewhere, with this new update, it is possible to type out messages and hit the send button, instead of going back to the chat box and the send the message again when the connection is available again. Therefore, with this update, you don’t have to wait for an internet connection to type out several messages, which was not possible earlier as the first message would sit idle in the text box.
Apart from offering the WhatsApp users the scope to send messages offline, this new update allows the users to send up to 30 pictures or videos at a time, from the highest limit of 10 along with the update to storage usage screen. This is really beneficial for the users, who use Offline-Whats-App-Messages service for digital marketing.