According to reports, Twitter is preparing to launch emoji reactions for tweets. Earlier reports indicated that Twitter was indeed studying emoji reactions, but at the time only two emoji reactions-“um” and “haha”-were discovered. According to the prompter, the social media platform’s response to the tweet will include “like”, “um”, “haha”, “cheering” and “sad”. Twitter is also developing Fleets and Twitter Spaces ring for its Web application. In addition, social media platforms are also committed to finding a better way to search for private messages (DM) on their platforms.
Tipster Nima Owji (@nima_owji) Tweet Details about the emoji reaction on July 4th. In the screenshot he shared, all five reactions have their own emojis. An earlier report only showed two such emojis-“um” thinking face and “haha” smiling face. The remaining three emojis have a heart as a placeholder emoji, but this has now been changed. The response of’Cheer’ shows a clapping emoji, while’sad’ shows a sad emoji. The “like” reaction retains the heart-shaped emoji. Owji’s tweets were first discovered by 9to5Mac.
It seems that not all users have received the new feature, but from the development process, it can be expected that Twitter will launch the feature soon. Once posted, users may need to press and hold the reaction button to find all emoji reactions, just like Facebook.
other tweet Author Owji stated that Twitter is working on integrating Fleet and Twitter Spaces rings for its Web applications. Currently, users cannot view Fleet on the web application, but this is expected to change soon.
Prince also Tweet Twitter is working on letting users search for their DMs using keywords.Social media platform announces the introduction of a search bar for its Android app usable For iOS users since 2019. However, Owji discovered that Twitter will also extend this functionality for its web application.