WhatsApp appears to be finally bringing out the Reactions feature, which was one of the most anticipated improvements. Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meta (formerly Facebook), acknowledged this on his Instagram account. This is hardly surprising given the company’s recent announcement of a number of new features on the way.
Other texting apps, such as Telegram and iMessage, are also worth mentioning. Surprisingly, Instagram, WhatsApp’s sister business, already has this feature, allowing users to instantly respond to messages with emojis. As a result, WhatsApp users are getting it late.
Users will first receive only six emoji reactions, including like, love, laugh, surprise, sad, and thanks, according to the post. There is a chance that users will be able to utilise all of the emojis in the future, as beta testing has suggested.
How to use WhatsApp Message Reactions?
- Open WhatsApp and go to the conversation where you want to use reactions for any message.
- Now all you have to do is press and hold the message you wish to respond to.
- You’ll now receive a pop-up with six emojis to choose from when responding to a specific message.
- You must choose one of the six emojis from the pop-up menu in order to send the Emoji Reaction.