Where there are more than 1.5 billion people are using WhatsApp messenger and over 60 billion messages are sent per day around the world.
Therefore we can come to know that these many people use WhatsApp in their daily life and we will be sending many messages over WhatsApp which is more important.
Taking a backup of your WhatsApp message is very important because we can’t retrieve them when our smartphone will blow out…
Google Drive is a safest backup storage to save all your WhatsApp messages, where you can keep all your messages and media files safer in your google drive account.
But there are few people who dont make backup on regular basis which is much important.
Where Whatsapp has officially announced that any person who has not backed up their WhatsApp message from the past one year will be automatically deleted from your Google drive account because of the new agreement between Google and Whatsapp.
So, immediately create a backup for your WhatsApp messages if you did not back up for more than a year.
Which may delete all your WhatsApp messages that you backed up over a year.
How to backup your Whatsapp messages
In order to backup you first need a google account and continue this steps.
- Open WhatsApp.
- Tap Menu > Settings > Chats > Chat backup.
- Tap Back up to Google Drive and select a backup frequency other than Never.
- Select a Google account that you’ll back up your chat history to. If you don’t have a Google account, tap Add account when prompted and enter your login credentials. Please remember the Google account you’re using for the backup.
- Tap Back up over to choose the network you wish to use for backup. Please note that backing up over a cellular data network might result in additional data charges.
Conclusion: I hereby conclude that please backup your whatsapp message using your google drive account before November 12, 2018.