After the account is restored, it will be enough to re-authenticate.
The automated systems of the WhatsApp messenger are constantly working to combat spammers, but from time to time the average bona fide user is still blocked due to suspicious behavior. Currently, blocking appeals is a lengthy process that requires an active contact with support. But, as WABetaInfo discovered, in the future, users will presumably be able to request a lock check right in the application.
As a result of the blocking, the user cannot see his chat list on WhatsApp, and the notification in the application informs that “this account is not allowed to use WhatsApp”. In the next version of the application, a button may appear that allows you to request a revision of the lock. After clicking on the button, a message will appear about sending the account data to the WhatsApp support service, which will check if there really was a violation.
Currently, WABetaInfo has provided only screenshots of this function for the iOS version of the application, but the innovation may appear in the Android version as well. As with any feature discovered prior to official release, it is possible that the blocking appeal process will be changed or removed entirely during beta testing.
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