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whatsapp reactions: long wait is over, whatsapp users started getting this special feature from today, use it like this – whatsapp reaction feature rolls out today for users check how to use

whatsapp reactions: long wait is over, whatsapp users started getting this special feature from today, use it like this – whatsapp reaction feature rolls out today for users check how to use
Written by Arindam
whatsapp reactions: long wait is over, whatsapp users started getting this special feature from today, use it like this – whatsapp reaction feature rolls out today for users check how to use

WhatsApp Reaction Feature will be rolled out for users from today. This most widely used instant messaging app across the world keeps on bringing new features from time to time for the best experience of the users. Now the company is going to compete with other apps in the market such as Telegram etc. with the Reaction feature. Users have been waiting for this feature for a long time and today this wait is going to end.

With the arrival of this latest WhatsApp feature, users will be able to give their feedback on the message with the help of emoji. Right now in the initial stage you will get only 6 emojis which include emoji like love, like, laugh, thanks, surprise and sad. As we told you these will be available in the initial stage but you can get all the emoji in the coming time.

The company’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg told through Instagram Story that the WhatsApp reaction feature will be given to users from today and 6 different emoji are also visible in the story, as you can see in the picture below.

Mark Zuckerberg instagram story

(Photo: Instagram/Mark Zuckerberg)

Since when was the testing going on?
For the information of you people, let us tell you that the WhatsApp Reaction feature was being tested since 2018. Let us tell you that the company is testing more new features, recently it was revealed that in the coming time users will be able to send files up to 2 GB through WhatsApp and also to make group audio calls with 32 people. The feature will be rolled out.

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