WhatsApp now offers six new emoji reactions for Android beta users: Report

WhatsApp now offers six new emoji reactions for Android beta users: Report

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Message Reactions like six new emoji reactions for Android beta users are now available on WhatsApp. According to WABetaInfo, a WhatsApp updates tracker, the Meta-owned instant messaging company has finally released the feature that allows users to react to messages. The app hasn’t tested this functionality in over seven months.

There are presently six emojis to choose from in the new functionality. According to the article, only a few users have the ability to respond to messages with emojis, but this feature should be made available to everyone soon. Other Meta-owned sites like Instagram and Messenger already offer emoji reactions. Discord, Slack, and Telegram users have also been able to access them. Whatsapp hasn’t said when all users will be able to use the new emoji responses function.

WhatsApp beta for Android v2.22.8.3 is the version that includes the new feature. Like, love, laugh, astonished, sad, and thanks are just few of the reactions that can be selected by users. At this time, it’s unclear whether or not message reactions will support custom emojis.

All users will soon be able to use the WhatsApp Message Reactions

As of now, the feature isn’t available to everyone on WhatsApp, but it’s going to be available for both Android and iOS phones soon. In this case, WhatsApp will test the feature with a small group of people, look for and fix any bugs or problems, and then make the feature available to all users.

On Android, iOS, and desktop, you can set how often you get notifications about messages that people have responded to. It may become official for WhatsApp to work on all three platforms at some point in the near term. That said, there hasn’t been any official word from WhatsApp about this.

WhatsApp also gives away a free browser extension that lets people check to see if their WhatsApp Web is safe. The users will be able to figure out if the messages they send and receive from the WhatsApp Web version are safe or not. Code Verify is an open-source extension that was made with help from Cloudflare and WhatsApp. It thinks that this will make it easier for other people to help with the extension as well.

Also read: Apple may soon start selling iPhones on a new subscription service plan.

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