How to get emoji reactions on WhatsApp

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No application is really “finished”“-meeven if you love it in and out, could always be a little better. WhatsApp is the most popular chat app in the world, but it has room for improvement. and improve it With these three new features, Launching for WhatsApp users everywhere now.

WhatsApp finally has emoji reactions

At this point, most chat apps have emoji reactions:Facebook Messenger, iMessage, Telegram…but not WhatsApp, at least until the last update. TThe feature has just been added to Goals other favorite chat service.

You will have six options to get started, including the usual suspects: “Thumbs up”, “Red heart”, “Face with tears of joy”, “Face with open mouth”, “Crying face” and “Hands together”. That last one might be the only surprise, but it’s a good one.. I know I get a lot of messages where I’d like to react with a quick “thank you,” but neither a thumbs up nor a heart feels particularly appropriate.

If WhatsApp missed your favorite emoji, don’t worry. The company says it will “add an even broader range of expressions in the future,” though it doesn’t elaborate. For my part, I would like to know if WhatsApp plans to add an option to choose from its entire emoji library, like the one you find in Facebook Messenger. Since both apps are made by Meta, shIt wouldn’t be a leap to think they could pull it off.

2 GB file sharing at a time

whatsapp file exchange options have been disappointing for a long time. The app limited the size of each individual file to just 100MB, which isn’t exactly generous given the size of photos, videos, and other media today. As part of the last However, WhatsApp is upgrading the data limit to 2GB of end-to-end encrypted file sharing. Just make sure you’re connected to wifi before sharing too many large files if you have a limited data plan.

WhatsApp groups can now include up to 512 people

Have you ever thought, “Hey, I wish I was talking to 500 people at once?” Now is your chance: WhatsApp now supports group chats with up to 512 people. Good luck keeping those conversations orderly.

To check if these features are available to you, make sure you are running the latest version of WhatsApp on iOS, Android, macOS, and/or Windows. However, if you don’t see a new update, or if you don’t have these three features in your app, don’t despair: company plans to roll out the new updates to all users over the next weekso it is possible that only You need to wait a bit before you can react with an emoji.

[Engadget]

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