These features have been circulating in the iOS beta for a while, and now they’ve made their way to Android.
It’s been a long time coming for all channel managers, particularly with the introduction of native comments. Because native comments didn’t work well with bots that could respond, many channels were forced to choose between native comments and reactions. Native responses are now available, and they may be switched on and off individually for each channel. This feature is turned off by default, so you’ll have to go to channel settings first.
Users with client versions greater than 8.4 will be able to view them, thus it will take some time for users to become used to this functionality.
Users will view responses on top of the choices box after pressing on a specific post. Admins may make up to 11 distinct replies accessible, and users can scroll out from right to left to see additional alternatives.
» Protection From Spoilers
After choosing text in the edit text box, there is a new formatting option that appears. When spoilers are uploaded, they will be hidden from users until they touch on them again.
» Invites Through QR Code From The Channel
Sharing a QR code with a channel invite will now be much simpler. On the channel profile, there is a new button accessible. You’ll be able to personalize it with various icons and backgrounds. On your personal profile view, you’ll see the same button.
» Translation Of Messages
You may have a translation button in the post context menu using this functionality. You’ll need to flick a switch in your app’s language settings to allow it. After pressing on a certain post, the “translate” option will display. Finally, this will assist you in exploring information in various languages.