In Google's upcoming version of Chrome we read:
There are a few conditions that must be met for media to autoplay on a website. It must be muted or not have audio,
the user has to have tapped or clicked on the site while browsing, the site has to have been added to the Home Screen by the user on mobile or the user has to have frequently played media on that site if on desktop.
Why does not the writer simply use the present simple or any suitable future tense (since he speaking about the future)?
For example, in my opinion as an option, he could say: (1)... the user has to tap or click .... (2)..... the site has to be added ... (3) .... the user has to frequently play media ....
I guess it is just for showing more emphasis but I am not sure.
Yet I think also that what Google will do in the future depends on what the user will be doing then OR has done (before these modifications till the time of the modifications) Still confuse Thanks