Samsung Galaxy S5: How to Send and Customize Scheduled Messages in Android 4.4.2 Kitkat

Have you ever been in a situation where you wanted to send a message but it was impossible for you to send the message at that time manually? As the example, when you want to send your friend a birthday message in the middle of the night but it's hard for you to stay awake just to send the message. If that so, you may have to try scheduling your message, you can write your message during the day and let your phone sends the message automatically at the middle of the night without you have to awake and do it manually.


How to send a scheduled message?
You can do so by using the following steps:
  1. Open Messaging app.
  2. Tap to compose a new message.
  3. Enter the contact's name or phone number in the enter recipients field or tap to select contacts from Contacts app.
  4. Enter your message in the enter message field.
  5. If necessary, you can insert emoji into your message by tapping and then select the required emoji you want to use.
  6. Tap and then select Schedule message.
  7. Set the desired date and time you want the message you're composing will be sent and then tap Done button.
  8. Tap .
  9. The message will be scheduled and it will be sent automatically in the specified date and time. When you see the message in the conversation, it will be labelled with .


How to customize scheduled messages?
Before a scheduled message is sent, you can do some customizations, for instance deleting a scheduled message or changing the date and time of a scheduled message, etc. You can do so by using the following steps:
  1. Open Messaging app.
  2. Tap and then select Scheduled messages. All scheduled messages will be displayed here.
  3. Delete a scheduled message:
    If necessary, you can cancel a scheduled message by deleting the required message by using the following steps:
    • Long tap the required message to select it.
    • Tap .
    • Tap OK button.
    • The selected message will be deleted.
  4. Edit a scheduled message:
    If necessary, you can edit your message according to your need by using the following steps:
    • Long tap the required message to select it.
    • Tap and then select Edit message.
    • You can edit your message now (the recipient number, the message or the date and time).
    • Tap .
    • The message has been edited and will be scheduled to be sent in the specified date and time.
  5. Send a scheduled message manually:
    If necessary, you can send a scheduled message manually by using the following steps:
    • Long tap the required message to select it.
    • Tap .
    • The selected message will be sent right now regardless the date and time you have specified before.

Given the function, scheduled messages will be able to help you send messages when you may be hard to send the messages manually. Also, please note that when it comes to send a scheduled message but the device is turned off or the network is unstable, the message will not be sent. So, how about you? Have you ever scheduled your messages?

No comments:

Post a comment

Hi the insiders,
Thanks for coming and I hope you can get something useful here.
Before submitting your comment to ask about an issue, please make sure to provide information as much as possible (at least write your model number and Android version) and describe the problem clearly.
Also, since all comments will be moderated, all comments with irrelevant links(if any) or contain with offensive/harsh word will be deleted.
The last, if you have a question and can't find the relevant article, please feel free to reach me through the Contact us page. I'll be more than happy to reply the email and answer the question :)