WhatsApp Launches Emoji Reaction Feature, Here’s How To Use It

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WhatsApp is one of the most used messaging applications in the world, Mother. By using WhatsApp, you can send messages to everyone around the world.

Since its release in 2009, WhatsApp has never stopped developing features andupdate their system. Recently, WhatsApp even added a new feature that you can use.

WhatsApp has just released a new feature, namely sharing reactions with emojis in messages. There are at least six kinds of emoji that you can share. Among these are thumbs, red hearts, faces with tears of joy, faces with open mouths, crying faces and folded hands.

In postingOn its official website, WhatsApp announced that this feature will be available on the latest version of WhatsApp. In the future, WhatsApp will also add its emoji, Mother.

“We are very happy to share that emoji reactions are now available in the latest version of the application. Reactions are fun, fast and also reduce the overload in groups. We will continue to improve it by adding even more expressions in the future,” wrote WhatsApp seen from the page The Economic Times.

Furthermore, WhatsApp also revealed that it is considering supporting reactions of all emojis and all skin tones in the future.

Not only the emoji reaction feature, WhatsApp will also release other features, you know. For example, sharing files of 2 GB and increasing the number of group members to 512 people.

Sending files with sizes up to 2 GB has increased about 20 times, Mother. Previously, WhatsApp could only send files with a maximum size of 100 MB.

These features will be rolled out and can be used on various devices. Starting from iOS, Android, macOS, to Windows.

So how to use the emoji reaction feature in this WhatsApp message? Click to read the next page, Mother.

Don’t forget to also watch the video on how to check WhatsApp messages that have been read even though the blue tick is turned off below:

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