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Not Just 6, Now Use Every Emoji To React On WhatsApp

WhatsApp has finally made our expectations come true by allowing us to use every emoji available to react to messages. Users can send a whole new set of emojis as reactions to the individual as well as in group chats. The feature named WhatsApp Reactions has now got an update which allows it to offer the users a whole new batch of emojis.

Not Just 6, Now Use Every Emoji To React

Enhanced Version of WhatsApp Reactions

The new update for WhatsApp reactions has been rolled out by Meta while Mark Zukerberg announced the news on Facebook. He wrote, “we’re rolling out the ability to use any emoji as a reaction on WhatsApp”.

On other hand, WhatsApp also announced the same on its official Twitter handle and wrote, “Since you asked… all emoji Reactions are here! We’re feeling 🤩😎🙌🤸🎉💚 about it. Starting to roll out now to Android and iOS.”

How To Use Every Emoji With The New Update of WhatsApp Reactions?

First, the users will need to get the updated version of WhatsApp with the help of Google Play Store or Apple App Store depending upon which type of OS device you are using, as the update is being rolled out for everyone. After that just use the WhatsApp reaction normally by tapping the message for a second, there you will see all the emojis available to use apart from the previous six only. But to unlock more emojis there will be a plus sign for you to click on.

Originally Launched WhatsApp Reaction

Originally the WhatsApp reaction was launched with only six emojis to use which give the expressions “Sad”, “Surprise”, “Cry”, “Laugh”, “Red Heart”, and “Pray”. But as soon as the new updated version of WhatsApp reactions will reach the users, they will be able to refine their reactions more. Now users will have more and more options to express their feelings towards a message received on group chats or individually.

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This update is not only just about increasing the number of emojis for reactions but also users can customize their skin tones. And if you have still not received the update then don’t worry it will be soon rolled out to all.

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