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Twitter is bringing a new feature of Emojis Reaction like Facebook Messenger

Twitter is bringing a new feature

Key Specifications

  • Twitter is rolling out a new feature of Emoji Reactions for Tweets.
  • Soon the users will be able to use various emojis like a sad face with a single tear, a laughing crying face, a thinking face, hands clapping, or a heart.
  • Currently, this feature is under the testing phase.

The social networking giant Twitter is bringing a new feature for its users. Soon the users may be able to get Emoji Reactions for Tweets.

Currently, it is testing emoji reactions for tweets. Presently, users click on a heart icon if they want to like a particular tweet.

Now, the Company is testing Tweet Reactions. This will allow the users to click on various options like emoji of a sad face with a single tear, a laughing crying face, a thinking face, hands clapping, or a heart.

Right now, the feature is under testing in Turkey. The Company reveals that they take the decision of bringing this feature after conducting several surveys.

Moreover, the Company did much research about the emotions users feel after reading a tweet. According to the survey, the most common emojis on tweets is a laughing face, a crying face, an angry face.

But the Company reveals that they are not including Angry face emoji this time.

Twitter said:

“People we spoke with expressed that they were concerned about receiving negative reactions to some of their thoughts and that if people felt this way about their Tweets, they’d prefer other methods of engagement that allow for more context.”

Recently, Twitter started testing a new privacy tool. Twitter has begun testing a new privacy tool that allows users to remove a follower without blocking them.

The company is presently testing the remove follower feature on the web. Twitter also said that users can remove followers from the follower list on their profile page.

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