WhatsApp is arguably the best chat client used by millions of users currently. Time and again, this messenger app has introduced many awesome features for its users. Very recently, WhatsApp was in headlines as WhatsApp was going to share the phone numbers of people using this app with Facebook.

However, there was a workaround following which users can Prevent WhatsApp from Sharing Your Phone Number with Facebook. But this time, WhatsApp has introduced a killer feature, which can help you send a single message or more than one messages to multiple groups in a jiffy. Earlier too, users were able to send messages to many groups, but they had to send messages one after another; while this feature allows users to send messages to a number of groups from a list. All they have to do is to select groups and tap the Forward button in their iPhones.

Let’s go into the detail and check how users can Send a WhatsApp Message to Multiple Groups in iPhone.

How to Send Message/Messages to Multiple Groups in iPhone

Today, WhatsApp has rolled out an update and as per this update users are enabled to send messages to multiple groups in their iPhones.

Step #1: First off, you need to update your WhatsApp app from the App Store. If you don’t see any update there, please delete your current version and download the fresh one.

Step #2: After setting up the app, launch WhatsApp on your iPhone.

Launch Whatsapp

Step #3: Now tap on any contact or group from which you want to send messages.

Step #4: Hard press on the message you want to send; post this, you can see a menu above the message. There are several options like Reply, Forward, Copy, Info, Delete etc.

Step #5: Tap on Forward.

Tap on Forward

Step #6: Tap on Forward icon appeared on the bottom left corner of your iPhone screen.

Tap on Forward icon appeared on the bottom left corner of your iPhone screen

Now you can see many contacts and groups you are associated with. Next to each contact or group, you can see circles. Now you can choose multiple groups or contacts from your phone screen.

Step #7: Once you select groups/contacts, Forward button will appear at the right bottom corner of your iPhone’s screen. Tap on the Forward button and your message will be forwarded to the selected groups and contacts.

Tap on the Forward button and your message will be forwarded to the selected groups and contacts

This update will certainly make your WhatsApp chatting easier than before. Now you can send a single message to many groups and contacts in no time. It certainly saves a lot of your time as you used to spend more in the previous version of WhatsApp.

A real WhatsApp lover would welcome this new update with open arms (and busy fingers). Are you a WhatsApp aficionado?

Note that this feature is not available on the web version of WhatsApp. So if you are using WhatsApp Web, you need to switch to the mobile version on your iPhone.

I am sure that you would like this new feature of WhatsApp. Do share your feedback with us on FacebookTwitter and Google Plus.

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