WhatsApp, one of the largest chat application in the world is now planning to bring a new and very interesting feature for the users. The company may soon give users the option to react to messages that other people send to them. For example, on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook Messenger, users can respond to messages received from other people.
Similarly, to make chatting a smoother experience, WhatsApp may soon give users the option to react to other people’s messages. According to the report of WABetaInfo, the name of this feature will be ‘Message Reactions’.
Reaction on messages improves user experience
As we have seen, there is a reaction option on Facebook Messenger and Instagram, due to this, there is a different experience of chatting. Due to these features, there is no need to send anything separately, whatever will happen, has to be selected and sent.
Message reaction facilitates everyone. Let’s say there is a user who is running an older version of WhatsApp and he sends a message to someone who is running the newer version of the application and has ‘Message Reactions’ feature in it. In that case, if the user reacts with the emoji directly on the message, it will appear as another message to the user running the old version of the application.
WhatsApp always improves the user experience
You also agree that WhatsApp is making many changes in its application in the last few months and this thing is seen not only this year but always. When it comes to introducing new features, the company has introduced features like Once View, the disappearing feature, missed group calls and much more in the recent months. Apart from this, the company is also currently working on introducing a new color theme for the application, which will work in both light and dark modes.
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WhatsApp, one of the largest chat applications in the world is now planning to bring a new and very interesting feature for the users.
Story first published: Wednesday, August 25, 2021, 16:20 [IST]