Unlike Facebook Messenger, if you want to send a message to anyone on WhatsApp you need to save the number first. But what if I want to Send WhatsApp Message to Unsaved Number? Or I don’t want to save someone number on my contact.
According to statistics, WhatsApp is the most popular mobile messenger app now, with 2 billion users worldwide, as the company announced in a blog post last month. Up from 1.5 billion and 1 billion users in 2018 and 2016, respectively. That compares to 2.5 billion users for Facebook itself.
However there is no official way to send WhatsApp message to the unsaved number, but it’s a vital feature for many users because lots of WhatsApp privacy settings are restricted to “My Contacts” and you may not want every random person saved in your phone book to be able to see your profile picture, for example.
There are some third-party apps that can help you to send WhatsApp message to the unsaved number, but it’s not saved to give any app the access to your contact and phone, you may even get your WhatsApp account banned.
Don’t worry, we have a safe solution that will allow you to send WhatsApp message to anyone whit no need to have his number in your contact.
How to send WhatsApp message to unsaved number?
This method is working for both Android and iOS devices, and won’t take minutes.
- Open your WhatsApp on the browser.
- copy and paste this link http://wa.me/xxxxxxxxxx, or this link — http://api.whatsapp.com/send?phone=xxxxxxxxxx in the address bar.
- In the place of ‘xxxxxxxxxx’, you’ll need to enter the phone number along with the country code.
- Now, tap enter to open the link.
- you’ll see a WhatsApp webpage with the recipient’s phone number and a green Message button. Tap the green message button and you’ll be redirected to WhatsApp.
If you’re an iPhone user, there’s an easier method to do the job for you using Siri Shortcuts.
- Download the Siri Shortcuts app first.
- Open the app, tap the Gallery tab. Now add any shortcut you like, and run it once.
- Go to Settings > Shortcuts > enable Allow Untrusted Shortcuts. This will allow you to run Siri Shortcuts from anyone, so be sure to download shortcuts made by people you trust.
- open this link on your iPhone and click the Get Shortcut button to download it.
- Now you’ll be redirected to the Shortcuts app. Tap Add Untrusted Shortcut.
- After this, you can open the Shortcuts app and look for the WhatsApp to Non-Contact shortcut in the My Shortcuts tab. You can either run it from here or tap the three dots icon at the top of the shortcut > then tap Add to Home Screen to create a quick launch shortcut on the home screen.
- Once you run this, you will be asked to enter the recipient’s number. Enter it along with the country code and you’ll be redirected to WhatsApp with a new message window open.