1. Acceptance of Terms: Users are usually required to agree to the terms and conditions before using the website. This may involve continuing to use the site.

2. Intellectual Property: Details on the ownership and protection of the website's content, trademarks, logos, and other intellectual property.

3. User Conduct: Expectations for user behavior while using the website, including restrictions on illegal, harmful, or inappropriate activities.

4. Disclaimers: Statements that limit the website owner's liability for any inaccuracies, errors, or damages resulting from the use of the website. This Chrome extension or our application are not endorsed or certified Whatsapp. This is unofficial enhancement for Whatsapp Web. As it's very clear, the tools depends on Whatsapp. We're not responsible if Whatsapp made critical changes in their side. Although we always try to make the tools up to date, sometimes it might not be possible to find a proper workaround. We don't guarantee that the compatibility of the tools with Whatsapp will be forever. Use at your own risk. We don't provide any refund for problems that are originated from Whatsapp.

5. Third-Party Links: Information about any links to external websites and disclaimers about the content and policies of those third-party sites.

6. Modifications: The right of the website owner to modify the terms and conditions and the user's responsibility to stay updated on changes.

7. Governing Law: The jurisdiction and laws that govern the agreement between the user and the website owner.

8. Severability: A clause stating that if any part of the terms is deemed unenforceable, the remaining portions remain valid.

9. Contact Information: Contact details for users to reach out to the website owner regarding any concerns or questions about the terms and conditions.

Remember that terms and conditions are legally binding agreements, and users should read them carefully before using the website. If you have specific concerns or questions about a website's terms and conditions, it's always best to consult with legal counsel or contact the website owner directly.