Telegram Introduces Scheduled Messages for Instant Delivery

In an exciting update, Telegram Messenger now allows users to schedule messages to be sent as soon as their chat partner comes online. This feature adds a touch of morning magic, ensuring that your message is the first thing they see when they open the app.

Scheduling a message is simple and convenient. Users can compose their message, choose the desired delivery time, and select the recipient. If the chat partner’s Last Seen time is visible to the user, the scheduled message will be instantly delivered when they come online.

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This new feature offers enhanced communication possibilities for Telegram users. Whether it’s sending an important reminder, a heartfelt greeting, or simply sparking a delightful conversation, scheduling messages adds a personalized touch to interactions.

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The ability to schedule messages for instant delivery upon the chat partner’s online status adds efficiency and effectiveness to communication on Telegram. It ensures that your message reaches the recipient at the most opportune moment, capturing their attention and fostering meaningful conversations.

Telegram continues to innovate and provide users with exciting features to enhance their messaging experience. Stay tuned for more updates as Telegram Messenger evolves and introduces further advancements to meet the needs of its growing user base.

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