How to schedule your messages on Telegram? Follow these steps

Published on Aug 09, 2022 08:02 AM IST

Telegram also allows users to delete any messages that are sent or received for both sides in any one-on-one conversation. The users can also clear the entire chat history on both ends. On Telegram, deleted messages do not leave a mark in the chat.

The Telegram application seen on a smartphone.(Bloomberg)
The Telegram application seen on a smartphone.(Bloomberg)

Are you a Telegram user? Do you have a message that you want to convey to anyone at a particular time and date? A birthday greeting or a reminder about an important project? Well, the messaging app has announced the feature to schedule your messages as per your requirement.

On its Twitter handle, Telegram announced you can schedule your messages on the messaging app. Here are the steps you need to follow.

STEP 1: Hold the send button in any chat to schedule a message.

STEP 2: You will see calendar/clock icon after holding the send button. Select the date and time when you want the message to be sent. You can even choose to send the message when the receiver is online.

STEP 3: You can even reschedule your messages using the clock icon. The entire process has also been explained using a video.

Telegram also allows users to delete any messages that are sent or received for both sides in any one-on-one conversation. The users can also clear the entire chat history on both ends. On Telegram, deleted messages do not leave a mark in the chat.

For group conversations, the Telegram users can also edit their messages after posting and also delete them so that they disappear for everyone.

Launched in 2013, Telegram has more than 70 crore active monthly users till date. As per Forbes, it was the fifth most downloaded app in the world in 2021. The messaging app has been founded by Russian-born Emirati entrepreneur Pavel Duvrov and his brother Nikolai. The app's development team is currently based in Dubai.

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