WhatsApp will publish “banned emojis” to react to messages

WhatsApp will publish "banned emojis" to react to messages

O WhatsApp is working on an update that aims to hear from users again. If the plans go through, it will be possible to react to messages using any emoji. This means that even banned emojis can be used by anyone using the messaging platform.

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The information came from the WhatsApp news site, WABetaInfo. According to the text, the new tool that allows you to react with forbidden emojis has been detected in the beta version of the application. Thus, only official testers of the platform will be able to access the functionality for the moment.

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It should be noted that the still-in-development feature has been noticed in the desktop version of WhatsApp and iOS operating systems. Today, only 6 common types of emojis can be used to react to messages. However, any existing emoji can be used for the same purpose, even the banned emojis.

By reacting to a message, the user will have the full list of famous faces and icons available in the navigation. This is a request from users who seek greater freedom on chat platforms and social networks.

When will the new feature be released?

Although it is already active, only beta users can try it. WhatsApp has not yet announced when the novelty will become active for all registered users on the platform.

What is known is that the development is advanced and already has end screens. Generally, when the information is at the same stage, it is because it takes little time to be officially published.

This is another of the news that WhatsApp is preparing for its registered users. The platform is one of the hottest new features over time, and it has already become something to be expected. Very soon, even banned emojis will be able to be used in message reactions within the most used messenger in Brazil.

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