Meta Company’s WhatsApp now allows you to react to messages through emoji after some time. According to Wabetainfo, the company is going to add a feature that allows you to respond to messages through emojis.

You can also see who has reacted with emojis. This feature is currently under development. After this feature is released, the React feature of Instagram and Messenger will work as usual.

Now, when this feature is released, it will be available only for limited emojis. Wabetainfo said that users can react using only 6 emojis at first.

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