Whatsapp rolls out new reaction features for users, Read here for details

The update follows the declaration of Meta’s founder Mark Zuckerberg in which he had announced about the new feature on his official Facebook account.
Whatsapp rolls out new reaction features for users, Read here for details
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Most popular social messaging app Whatsapp is all set to launch its one of the most much awaited reaction features on the app. The new feature would be made available by Meta to the netizens by friday. It is noteworthy that the update follows the declaration of Meta’s founder Mark Zuckerberg in which he had announced about the new feature on his official Facebook account.

users would now be able to react to messages on whatsapp too
users would now be able to react to messages on whatsapp tooImage Credits: techstorynews.com

Mark Zuckerberg had said that the social messaging app would include much reaction with it. However, Meta’s other platforms i.e. Instagram and facebook had already been offering the reaction feature to its users and since then users had been waiting for the same feature to be introduced in the most popular messaging app too. Also, other social apps including Snapchat, Telegram, I-message too offer the same feature to its users.

As per the announcement, initially users would have access to six reactions(the one similar to Instagram and Facebook) however, it might offer more reactions in the forthcoming updates.

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How does the new feature differ?
As of now, users need to type their reaction in response to any textual or non textual message, with this new feature they would be able to simply tap their reaction on the message sent(hence time consuming, LOL) Also, the company might also introduce new features like adding the use of GIF and stickers to reactions along with emojis.
How to use the new feature
That's not a big deal, simply follow these steps Open WhatsApp and then open any chat Tap or hold to any message to which you want to react Now, you’ll be seeing six reactions to which you can choose your favorite one and can react accordingly.

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