Hello, tech-lovers, here I have the latest update for you, about Quick message reactions. WhatsApp is working on the message reactions and will get quick message reactions, similar to Instagram or Messenger.
According to the latest news and updates, Facebook-owned instant messaging platform WhatsApp might introduce quick message reactions in future updates. The new WhatsApp feature is currently under development. And this whatsapp feature will be available for beta testers in the future. The feature has been observed on other platforms owned by WhatsApp’s parent like Messenger and Instagram.
As per WABetaInfo, WhatsApp is supposed to launch the feature on – Android, iOS and desktop. This is a portal that tracks developments on the whatsapp.
Quick message reactions – WhatsApp
|Name of the feature?||Message reactions|
|Availability?||Quick message reactions in WhatsApp will be available in future for beta testers.|
|I’ve installed the latest version but I don’t see the feature, why?||WhatsApp Quick message reactions feature is under development, it’s not ready for the public.|
Quick message reactions are going to allow you and me to select from a big list of emojis to reply to messages received.
💣 WhatsApp is working on message reactions!
Are you ready to end a conversation by placing a reaction? 😆
This feature will be available in a future update for Android and iOS.https://t.co/stPzJLUbNz
— WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) August 25, 2021
Once the feature will be introduced, WhatsApp will display a message to users urging them to update their application to the latest version to use the feature. The list of emojis that will be part of this new feature is still under development. So we have to wait for it.
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