You must have encountered the problem that if you want to send a text to someone who is not in your contact list through Whatsapp, you cannot as Whatsapp only allows you to send messages who are present in your contact list already.
If you want to send a message to someone who is not in your contact list, first you need to add them in your contacts and then refresh your WhatsApp so that it can get synced with your contact list which is updated.
Now suppose if you are having a food delivery and you just need to send your location, then why do you need to save their number? Well, this post will tell you the solution to this problem.
To send a message to someone who is not in your contacts:
-Open https://wa.me/phonenumber in your browser.
- Replace phone number with the number you want to chat with, but don’t’ add + or () that means no symbols need to be added.
-For example, if you want to chat with +910000000000, the link should be https://wa.me/910000000000, and you can send the text to that phone number.
And yes, that is it what you need to do to send a message through Whatsapp without adding in your contact list.
Also, this method is provided in the official documentation of Whatsapp, Here is the link to the documentation you can check.
Also, there is one more way by which you can do it, type the number on Google and you will get an option of text, cut, copy. There you will also get an option of Whatsapp, and that is how you can do it.
These workarounds should prove to be useful in the event that you as often as possible have momentary visits with outsiders. For instance, I in some cases need to converse with individuals to mastermind selling or getting some recycled things, and I don't generally need to add all these impermanent colleagues to my contacts. I'm certain you can consider, Uhm, different ways this would be valuable.
It's not satisfactory why the restriction needs to exist inside WhatsApp in any case, or why you can't just sort a number and message them like on any SMS application, yet here we are. Fortunately, we as a whole currently have at any rate three different ways to sidestep that limitation.