Whatsapp’s New Privacy Policies Will Be Optional: No Need To Accept If You Don’t Want!
WhatsApp is expected to deploy a new version soon that would allow users to opt-out of the new privacy restrictions.
According to a new revelation from WaBetaInfo, consumers will not be forced to accept the new privacy rules. The option to reject the new policy will be available, and WhatsApp’s functioning will not be restricted.
WhatsApp New Terms Of Service Optional In A Future Update
Earlier this year the company said in a statement that it would not remove the accounts of users who refused to accept the policy change and that no one in India would lose access to the app. But WhatsApp was also showing a pop-up to some users who have not accepted the terms of service while making audio and video calls.
According to WABetaInfo, a WhatsApp features tracker, embracing WhatsApp’s new terms of service will be optional in a future version.
As a result, users will not be compelled to accept the terms out of fear of having their account restricted.
Only people who wish to message business accounts that use cloud providers will need to examine and approve the rules, according to the report.
The new terms and service pop-up appears when messaging certain business accounts, according to an image posted by WABetaInfo.
New WhatsApp Feature
WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging apps around the world. Now, a recent report states another upcoming change that will be provided to the Android WhatsApp application that should get the tech nerd in you excited.
- WhatsApp is experimenting on message reactions, which is not accessed by beta testers.
- Android users will see a new colour which was available in WhatsApp beta version 126.96.36.199 for Android.