The company owned by Facebook Inc has said it will also display a banner providing additional information to users.
The policy update elicited sharp reactions and opposition causing many to delete WhatsApp and move to rival apps like Telegram and Signal.
The drastic measure made WhatsApp to delay launching the new policy claiming the update seeks to allow users to message with businesses and will not affect personal conversations.
In its recent blog, WhatsApp said it would start reminding its users to review and accept the policy updates to keep using the messaging platform.
The move by WhatsApp comes as Facebook blocked all news content in Australia Thursday irking publishers, with a top British MP accusing the tech giant trying to bully a democracy.