Automate WhatsApp Messages with Python in 3 Steps

In this video, I’ll show you how to easily automate WhatsApp messages using the library pywhatkit in Python.
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0:00 Intro
0:31 Step 1 – Install pywhatkit
1:32 Step 2 – Send a WhatsApp message to a contact
6:49 Step 3 – Send a WhatsApp message to a group


14 thoughts on “Automate WhatsApp Messages with Python in 3 Steps”
  1. Thank you for your useful video. Can I send message to group with Buttons below?

  2. Hi! When I'm trying to send a message composed of more that one word, as for example "Geeks For Geeks!", it's sending something like "Geeks%20For%20Geeks%21". Do you know why that's happening? I'm using MacBook, I don't know if that matters. Thanks!

  3. I tried launching on Vscode but cant seem to install pywhatkit, then proceeded to jupyter notebook and when calling pywhatkit.sendwhatmsg(xxx) it shows an error not defined?

  4. Thie js Amazing ,but please i Need help. The script opens whatsapp , write message, but does not send it. I read that i have to give permission but i can't do it! Can YOU Say me how give permissions? I have Ubuntu 04.20 , PLEASE CAN YOU ANSWER ME ? THANK YOU VERY MUCH

  5. Hey! Is it possible to have this code run every day for a month, automatically? For example, I want it to send a message every day at 9am for a month. Thank you!

  6. It did not work for me
    It opens up webwhatsap and goes to the chat, writes the message but does not send it

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