PyWhatsAppWeb is a fork from the @shauryauppal's similar project named PyWhatsapp that allows users to automate the process of sending WhatsApp messages. The goal of this fork is to increase the stability of the script and allows sending hundreds if not thousands of messages or files to users.
This project provides the following features:
And includes an example which sends the files located in the 'Work' folder. Read more below.
You need to clone or download this project using the top right green button.
You can always donate your time by contributing to the project or by introducing it to others.
pip install selenium
python setup.py install
Ctwo times; last one being in the "Waming-Up..." stage as the code runs in a loop.
Copyright (C) 2019-2020 Soroush Falahati
Released under the Apache-2.0 license
Idea and project fundation from @shauryauppal's PyWhatsapp
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