You may want to check the storage status of your Google account if you have backed up your WhatsApp chats to Drive on Android. In 2018, WhatsApp and Google announced that you can save your WhatsApp chat history to Drive without it counting against your storage quota. But starting December 2023, the messaging app will be backed up to Drive It will count towards Cloud storage for your Google account if you are a WhatsApp beta user. If you are not using the trial version of the app, you will not be able to It won’t be the feeling The policy change is pending until next year when it will “gradually” make its way to all Android devices.
Personal Google accounts come with 15GB of free cloud storage shared across Gmail, Drive, and Photos. In its announcement, Google noted that this is “three times more than most mobile platforms.” For example, Apple’s iCloud comes with only 5GB of free space. However, it’s very possible (and perhaps easy at this point) to reach or exceed 15GB, depending on how many photos and files you’ve backed up and uploaded.
Google has linked to it Storage management tools In his post to make it easier to remove large files or photos that you no longer need. You can also delete items from within WhatsApp, so they won’t be included in the next backup anymore. Of course, you also have the option to purchase additional storage with Google One, which will cost you at least $2 per month for 100GB. The company promises to provide eligible users with limited, one-time Google One promotions soon, so it may be best to wait for those offers before getting a subscription. Note that this change will only affect you if you back up your chat history using your personal account. If you have a Workspace account through your job or another organization, you don’t have to worry about WhatsApp taking up a significant portion of your cloud storage space.
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