So, the other day, me and my friend entered a msg battle where we typed and sent random msg to each other as fast and in bulk numbers. The last one standing wins. Stupid though.
So, with automation of UiPath up my sleeves, I thought why not let the soft-bot do this. Hence I immediately fired my Studio and built a simple project that would keep sending a pre written text to the a specific person in WhatsApp Web via (web.whatsapp.com), until stopped.
I simply used
Browser Integration and then using
Mouse click activity I specified the person, and then in
a infinite While loop, I put the
set text activity to type down the text in WhatsApp text field and used
Hot Key activity to simulate Enter, to send the message. Simple huhh!!!
But when I tested it out, the response was really slow, the outcome was so slow that I could have typed faster then that.
Is there a way to speed up this process ?, or was this idea bad enough to be converted to automation.
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