We can now respond to messages in six different ways: thumbs up, heart, laughter, surprise, sadness or thanks (praying hand). On the other hand, unlike its counterparts on Facebook and Messenger, WhatsApp will not allow us to get angry with the help of angry reaction. only positive: “Like, love, laugh”as the famous saying goes.
Those who have the privilege to test this feature in the preview just have to long press on a message, sound or image to bring up the six reactions. After selecting one of them, the latter appears at the bottom right of the message. The reaction will then be visible to everyone, including users who can’t use it yet. Everything will appear Like this little explainer video.
As a teaser, the setting called “Feedback Notifications” has been available since January 2022 for all beta testers, on iOS as well as on the desktop. The next update should make it possible to take back that injustice, and go there with big hearts and other emojis, no matter the medium.
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