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We’ve known for quite some time now that Facebook was planning to add ads to WhatsApp’s Status page, but we didn’t know when this would happen.

At a conference in the Netherlands, the company revealed a 2020 launch date, according to an attendee and a presentation slide at the Facebook Marketing Summit. We don’t have a specific launch window, but it does mean you can likely enjoy WhatsApp Status without ads for the rest of the year.

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Several months after WhatsApp first confirmed that status ads were coming to the platform. The instant messaging app will join Instagram in offering ads via its Stories/Status functionality.

The ads will likely appear when viewing status updates posted by your contacts, so you won’t see them if you don’t view status updates.

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