WhatsApp is reportedly working on a brand new yearly reminder for the app’s Terms of Service. The Meta-owned messaging platform is claimed to be working on an entry within the app’s settings menu, found on the most recent Android beta model by WABetaInfo. WhatsApp is but to disclose any particulars or plans so as to add such a reminder to the app. In the meantime, the service has begun to take away entry to Quick Replies for common accounts on the most recent WhatsApp Desktop Beta model, after it was beforehand added for customers with out WhatsApp Business accounts.
In accordance with a report by WhatsApp options tracker WABetaInfo, the messaging service is presently working on a brand new ‘Yearly reminder of our Terms of Service’ entry within the assist menu on WhatsApp settings. A screenshot was additionally noticed on the most recent beta model of WhatsApp for Android (model 220.127.116.11), which reveals a inexperienced dot on the Assist part within the app’s settings, presumably to attract customers’ consideration to the yearly reminder for the Terms of Service.
The entry is presently not seen on the app for all customers as it’s nonetheless below improvement, however WABetaInfo explains that tapping the ‘Yearly reminder of our Terms of Service’ entry will take a consumer to a particular web page of the app’s Terms of Service. It can solely be seen in India, so as to adjust to the Data Expertise Guidelines (IT Guidelines) 2021, based on WABetaInfo. As beforehand talked about, the Meta-owned service is but to disclose any plans so as to add a shortcut to its Terms of Service or a reminder for customers in India. The service courted controversy final yr, when it revealed plans to replace its phrases in January 2021, that included modifications associated to messaging companies on WhatsApp.
In the meantime, WhatsApp is presently reverting a change that allowed common WhatsApp accounts to entry the Quick Reply function, based on one other report by WABetaInfo. Quick Replies can be found for WhatsApp Business accounts, permitting customers to “save” sure replies and use keyboard shortcuts to answer customers on WhatsApp Desktop. Nonetheless, some customers with common WhatsApp accounts have been capable of entry the function on a current model of WhatsApp Desktop, and the service has disabled Quick Replies for common accounts on the most recent WhatsApp Desktop beta model.