|WhatsApp new reaction feature|
On Thursday, WhatsApp announced the addition of emoji reactions to its messaging app, allowing you to convey your sentiments about a message without having to send an individual emoji. Although the business introduced responses with its new communities feature, Meta spokesman Joshua Breckman told The Verge that when they arrive, which will be "soon," reactions will be available on all conversations.
To begin, the functionality will be restricted, allowing you to respond with only six emojis (though, in my opinion, WhatsApp has picked most of the important ones). WhatsApp's CEO, Will Cathcart, has stated that the app will support "all emojis and skin-tones" in the future.
This year, also Whatsapp will increase the file sharing limit for its users from 100MB to 2GB. The functionality was being tested with a small group of users in Argentina in the beta version, and the platform has now confirmed its global rollout. WhatsApp now only enables users to transfer files up to 100MB in size to their buddies.