WhatsApp users can include emoji reactions to status updates soon

WhatsApp is reportedly enveloping emoji-reactions for the platform. Users will be able to respond to status updates (WhatsApp’s version of the Stories feature) using emoji with the ‘Quick Reactions’ feature.

According to WABetainfo, quick reactions will come to WhatsApp Status in a future update. “Quick Reactions is a way to quickly send an emoji when viewing a status update on WhatsApp, so the same feature we use on Instagram when reacting to a Story,” the report explains.

WhatsApp is planning to add 8 new emojis to use as reactions: Smiling Face with Heart-Eyes, Face with Tears of Joy, Face with Open Mouth, Crying Face, Folded Hands, Clapping Hands, Party Popper, and Hundred Points.

“Actually, after reacting to status updates, the reaction is sent in the chat as a simple emoji message, but maybe WhatsApp is planning to develop a proper user interface when receiving reactions to your status updates: we have to wait for a future update to discover news,” the report added.

WhatsApp is now working on other important improvements. As per WABetaInfo, WhatsApp is working on bringing multi-device support to phones, which will enable you to use the same account on different phones.

The update will bring the new WhatsApp section called “Register Device as Companion,” with a description explaining that the feature will allow you to use WhatsApp on another device. In addition, you may need to scan a QR code with your primary WhatsApp device. WABetaInfo says that the app will also let you link an Android tablet as a secondary device in the future.

WhatsApp announced a wide range of features recently. One of the major features that were on that list was the expansion of the voice calling feature. WhatsApp will now support 32 participants in a voice call.

In addition, WhatsApp is also working on a subscription plan for WhatsApp business accounts in a bid to offer additional features to businesses. “For example, you know you can normally link up to 4 devices when using multi-device, but if you subscribe to their new plan, you will be able to link up to 10 devices,” a recent report noted.

Faqs

Tap and hold the message, then tap on “+” Now, you need to tap and hold the message. This will open a chat bubble containing 6 different emojis. You can select one of the emojis to react to the message with it.02-Mar-2022

– On your Android device, open any app where you can write, like Gmail or Keep.
– Tap where you can enter text.
– Tap Emoji. . From here, you can: Insert emojis: Tap one or more emojis. Insert a GIF: Tap GIF. Then choose the GIF you want.
– Tap Send .

Whenever you see someone else’s status, you will be allowed to have an instant reaction with many types of emoji. It will work in the same way as users on Instagram react by pressing emojis like clapping hands, party popper, crying face and fire after seeing someone’s story.1 day ago

– From Chats, tap a conversation to open it.
– Tap and hold the message you want to react to.
– Tap on an emoji.

Type in chrome://flags in the URL bar – hit enter. Search Emoji in the search bar. You should find Emoji Context Menu > select Enabled. You will be prompted to restart the browser in order to use this feature.

Type in chrome://flags in the URL bar – hit enter. Search Emoji in the search bar. You should find Emoji Context Menu > select Enabled. You will be prompted to restart the browser in order to use this feature.

Conclusion

Whatsapp is reportedly enveloping emoji-reactions for the platform. Users will be able to respond to status updates (WhatsApp’s version of the Stories feature) using emoji with the ‘Quick Reactions’ feature. According to WABetainfo, quick reactions will