WhatsApp is reportedly working on a new annual reminder for the Terms of Service. The meta-owned messaging platform is reported to be working on an entry in the app’s settings menu, which was discovered by WABetaInfo in the latest Android beta version. WhatsApp has not yet released any details or plans to add such reminders to the app. In the meantime, the service has begun rolling out access to Quick Replies for regular accounts in the latest WhatsApp desktop beta version, after adding it to users without a WhatsApp Business account before.
According to a report from WhatsApp feature tracker WABetaInfo, the messaging service is currently working on a new ‘Annual Reminder of our Terms of Service’ entry in the Help menu in WhatsApp settings. A screenshot is also seen in the latest beta version of WhatsApp for Android (version 184.108.40.206), which shows a green dot Help In the app’s settings section, perhaps to draw users’ attention to annual reminders for terms of service.
A WhatsApp spokesperson confirmed to Gadgets360 that the annual reminder will be visible to all users in India under the Information Technology Rules 2021. “This is an annual reminder of WhatsApp’s Terms of Service. There is no change in the Terms of Service. To help keep you safe, explain the Terms of Service and WhatsApp’s response to what is allowed and misused, so you can continue using the Service,” the spokesperson said. Was done.
Meanwhile, WhatsApp is currently reversing a change that would allow regular WhatsApp accounts to access the Quick Reply feature, according to another WABetaInfo report. Quick Answers is available for WhatsApp Business Accounts, allowing users to “save” specific answers and use keyboard shortcuts to respond to users on the WhatsApp desktop. However, some users with regular WhatsApp accounts were able to access the feature in the latest version of the WhatsApp desktop, and the service has disabled quick replies for regular accounts in the latest WhatsApp desktop beta version.