WhatsApp users may soon lose access to the instant messaging platform if they do not agree to the new terms of service in 2021. If reports are to be believed, the new WhatsApp policies will give the users two options after the policies are updated. The user can either accept the policies or they won’t be provided access to the instant messaging platform.
Meanwhile, WhatsApp has announced an array of new updates. In the latest update, Facebook-owned instant messaging service WhatsApp has introduced new features: The wallpapers can be customised per chat, with an updated wallpaper gallery. It has also introduced additional doodle wallpapers, and the ability to set separate wallpapers for light and dark mode settings.
Facebook said in an email sent to The Verge, "Make your chats personal and distinguishable by using a custom wallpaper for your most important chats and favourite people, and you never need to worry about sending the wrong message in the wrong chat ever again." Separate wallpapers can also be chosen for light and dark mode settings. "Watch your chat wallpaper automatically transition as your phone device setting switches from light to dark mode," said Facebook.