How to Send WhatsApp Messages Without Adding Contact

In this post, we’ll see:

How to Send WhatsApp Messages Without Adding Contact

You can send a WhatsApp message to anyone who isn’t in your phone’s contacts. Let’s see how to do it.

Android

Install and open the WhatsDirect app.

Accept the app’s terms and conditions by tapping “Continue.”

You will see a tutorial that you can skip or go through.

Now you’re on the main screen.

Choose the country code from the drop-down list. If you don’t know your country code, then check out this article or do this Google search (country code “your country name”).

Type the number for which you want to send a message in the first field.

Type the message in the second field.

Hit the “Send” button and it’ll take you to the WhatsApp app.

Edit the message if you prefer and then hit the “Send” icon.

That’s it. You sent a WhatsApp message without saving the contact information to your Android device.

Not only text, but the app also supports the media. To send media, follow the following steps:

In the app, choose the country code and type the number. Tap the “Send Media” button.

Hit “Okay” on the pop-up. It’ll take you to WhatsApp. Attach media. Tap the “Send” icon. That’s all.

Note: If the number you give has no WhatsApp account, then WhatsApp tells you of that.

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iPhone

Install and open the Whats Direct Chat and Web app.

In the pop-up regarding “Notifications,” tap the one you prefer.

Tap “Whats Direct.”

If you need to change the state code, do it. Type your number and message. Tap “Whatsapp.”

Edit the message if you prefer. If you want to send media, then add the media. Hit the “Send” icon.

Note: If the number you give has no WhatsApp account, then WhatsApp tells you of that.

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Click to Chat

Click to Chat is a WhatsApp feature that helps us complete this task. You can do it on both the phone and PC.

Let’s see how to do this on a PC:

Open a web browser and then paste the following on the address bar:

In place of “number”, you need to provide the phone number with the country code. Don’t type any special characters.

For example, you need to give a number like this:

Here 91 is country code (India) and the remaining is a phone number (just for example sake).

Remember, the number you gave should have a WhatsApp account. Hit the “Enter” key.

Click on the “Continue to Chat” button. Hit the “use WhatsApp Web” link.

It’ll take you to the WhatsApp Web. Scan the QR code to log in (Use the “WhatsApp Web” option on your WhatsApp for Android or WhatsApp for iPhone).

You will see that a chat is open for the number you gave. Type a message or attach media and hit the “Send” icon.

Alternatively, you can use the following link structure to open a chat for a number with a pre-filled message.

In the number’s place, provide the phone number with the international code.

In place of URLencodedtext, provide your URL-encoded message. Keep in mind that you need to use %20 for space and %3F for the question mark. For example:

You will see the “Continue to Chat” button. Hit the “use WhatsApp Web” link.

Scan QR code to log in to WhatsApp Web (Use the “WhatsApp Web” option in the WhatsApp for Android or WhatsApp for iPhone).

You’ll see that a chat is open with the message. Click on the “Send” icon to send the message.

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How to Make WhatsApp Text Bold, Italic, Strike Through, and Mono Space

Android

Open WhatsApp chat. Type the text. Select the text you want to format.

You will see the “Bold” and “Italic” options. Hit the former if you want to make your text bold. Hit the latter if you want to make your text italic.

If you prefer strike through or mono space, then hit the three vertical dots. You will see the “Strikethrough” and “Monospace” options. Hit the one you like.

Note: You can apply over one format (except mono space) to the same text. Example: You apply bold to the text, and you apply italic to the same.

iPhone

Open WhatsApp chat and type the text.

Select the text you want to format.

You will see the “BIU” option. Hit it and you’ll see Bold, Italic, Strikethrough, and Monospace options. Tap the one you like.

How to Send a Blank WhatsApp Message (Android)

Install and open the Empty Text app.

In the “No of blank characters” field, enter the number of characters you prefer.

If you prefer blank rows, then select “Rows.” Enter the number of rows in the “No of blank rows” field.

Tap the “Generate” button.

Hit the “Send” icon. Tap “Send.”

Tap “WhatsApp.”

In the “Send to” screen, tap the one for whom you want to send the empty WhatsApp message.

Hit the “Arrow” icon you see at the bottom.

Hit “Send” icon.

WhatsApp Enter is Send

On WhatsApp for Android compose box, tapping the “Enter” key on the keyboard creates a new line by default.

However, to send a message by tapping the “Enter” key, follow the steps below:

Launch WhatsApp.

Hit the three vertical dots at the top right.

Tap “Settings,” which you can find beneath “Starred messages.”

Hit “Chats.”

Tap “Enter is send” (which is above “Media visibility“). Remember, “Green” means enabled.

Note: Follow the steps above if you want to go back to default.

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How to Change WhatsApp Font Size

Android

Open WhatsApp.

Hit the three vertical dots at the top.

Tap “Settings,” which is below the “Starred messages.”

Tap “Chats,” which is between “Account” and “Notifications.”

Tap “Font size.”

In the pop-up, you will see these options – Small, Medium, and Large.

Choose the one you want. You will see the font size change on the chat screen of contacts and groups.

iPhone

WhatsApp for iPhone has no font size option like WhatsApp for Android.

To change WhatsApp font size, you need to change the text size of the iPhone.