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Whatsapp iOS beta adds update for message reactions

However, the current beta version does not contain the feature to react to messages yet.

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Meta-owned WhatsApp will bring message reactions via emojis to the iOS devices with the company already running beta tests for the update.

The said update will be rolled out in the immediate future for both one-to-one and group messaging.

The feature was spotted by WABetaInfoin the WhatsApp version 22.2.72 for iOS devices.

However, the current beta version does not contain the feature to react to messages yet.

It only contains a setting to manage notifications related to Message Reactions.

This indicates that the feature will be available soon for iOS devices. Once available, users will be able to react to a message with the help of a set of emojis.

Instant messaging app, WhatsApp is planning to bring message reactions to iOS devices.

The company is currently running beta tests for the update, and will soon be rolled out for both individual and group chats, with additional privacy settings.

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WhatsApp has been working on this feature for quite some time, as evidenced by a Sepember 2021 report, which detailed how the update would work.

Users can react to a message merely once and can pick from a total of six emojis. This lineup can be picked and changed via settings from WhatsApp’s vast emote library – unlike Twitter DMs, which has a preset list.

However, the current beta version does not contain the feature to react to messages yet. It only contains a setting to manage notifications related to Message Reactions.

This indicates that the feature will be available soon for iOS devices. Once available, users will be able to react to a message with the help of a set of emojis.

Instant messaging app, WhatsApp is planning to bring message reactions to iOS devices.

The company is currently running beta tests for the update, and will soon be rolled out for both individual and group chats, with additional privacy settings.

WhatsApp has been working on this feature for quite some time, as evidenced by a Sepember 2021 report, which detailed how the update would work.

Users can react to a message merely once and can pick from a total of six emojis. This lineup can be picked and changed via settings from WhatsApp’s vast emote library – unlike Twitter DMs, which has a preset list.

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