WhatsApp is an application that regularly introduces new functions, like the new personalized funds that arrived in Europe this week. Unlike other apps like Telegram, the Facebook-owned messaging app usually doesn’t advertise its new features, with a few exceptions. Although this is something that will change.
Whenever a new version of the app is released, Telegram issues notification informing about news. This changelog is something missing on WhatsApp, but it would soon be a reality. The app will notify users of the changes made.
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WhatsApp will notify you of its changes
Unlike Telegram, a new chat will not be created when new features or changes to the app are reported. WhatsApp will do this in a more discreet way, because it will be when entering its settings where you can see a button to press, in order to see the news that the last update of the application left us.
The banner can direct us to the app website or it will simply contain an ad that we can review without leaving the application, this is something that will depend on the content of said message. The first that has been shown is, for example, the updated Terms of Service, which users will have to agree to in order to use the app, which will come into effect on February 8, 2021.
These changes should arrive in the app in the coming weeks, so you can easily see the changes that the app introduces with this new ad system.
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