WHATSAPP is taking Facebook off the list by developing a new feature to help users save time when messaging friends.
Given that both are owned by Mark Zuckerberg’s Meta tech empire, it’s no surprise that WhatsApp is copying this age-old option.
Recently leaked initial screenshots suggest that WhatsApp could get a quick response soon.
But now we’ve discovered that they can also come to WhatsApp on desktop, which increases the likelihood of it becoming a worldwide reality.
Anyone who uses Facebook Messenger will be familiar with the reactions for a long time.
They allow you to send quick emoji-style responses, from heart, smiling face, shocked face, sad face, angry face, and thumbs up.
As good as revealed earlier this monthit looks set to move on to the next WhatsApp.
There’s one small change, though – it looks like the team at WhatsApp have swapped out the angry face for the praying hand emoji.
But what’s even more interesting is that testing is being conducted on not only the iOS and Android apps, but also the desktop app.
‘We’re finally able to share screenshots with you today, so you can explore how the feature works on WhatsApp Desktop beta when it’s released in a future update. future, ” WABetaInfowho leaked the screenshot.
Similar to Messenger, it looks like you need to hover over a message to be able to send a response.
Then a subtle smiley face appears, which you can click to choose your quick response.
As always with these, it’s still in beta, so WhatsApp most likely decides not to go ahead with it.
But if it is being tested on iOS, Android and now desktop, it seems that the developers are taking it seriously, so hopefully it will appear in an update soon. .
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