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WhatsApp Users Will Be Able To React To A Message With Any Emoji In The Next Update

Key Highlights

  • WhatsApp is yet to release a new feature for reacting to messages with any emoji.
  • A new “+” button will be displayed to expand all emojis available to react to text messages.
  • This feature is now available for beta users on android & IOS.


All Emojis Will Be Used To React To WhatsApp Messages Soon

In the recent updates, WhatsApp released a feature with the ability to react to a message with limited emojis and also increased the file sharing limit from 100 MB to 2 GB. Now, It has been working to iterate on its updates, expanding the range of emojis that can be used to react to a message.

Reacting with emojis saves time for users instead of replying to messages in words. A simple emoji can cut any boring conversation easily. Currently, there are six emojis available for users to react to a message i.e. Like, Love, Laugh, Surprised, Sad, and Thanks. When a reaction is selected, the emoji appears at the bottom of the message which indicates your reply to the other.

The new feature that is yet to be released on WhatsApp was already available on Facebook Messenger and Instagram. But, WhatsApp from Meta now lets its users express their reactions naturally by expanding the range of emojis used to react.

Thanks to a “+” button that will be added to the app which will expand to display all available emojis users can react to a message with.

As reported by WABetaInfo, this feature is available now for beta users on Android & IOS. Currently, it is still under development to become available for public testing. Hopefully, WhatsApp will drop it sooner for all users.

WhatsApp is in the battle of leading the messaging space with Telegram, WeChat, and its own parenting apps like Facebook and Instagram. If it succeeds in this new feature, there is less chance of moving its users to other apps in the upcoming times.

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