These emojis look similar to those available on the Facebook platform. While the Sad and Haha emoji are similar to Facebook’s emoji, Twitter has also added Hmm (thinking) and Cheer emoji reactions.
Twitter is working on adding emoji reactions to its tweets these days, just like the reactions available on Facebook. This information has been obtained from screenshots shared by reverse engineering expert Jane Manchun Wong.
These screenshots suggest that the micro-blogging site Twitter is going to include emoji reactions like Likes, Cheer, Hmm, Sad, and Haha. Currently, work is going on on these emoji reactions, out of which screenshots of some of the reactions have been shared. These include heart emojis for Cheer and Sad. Let us tell you, the facility of reaction on the post is also available on other social media platforms, including LinkedIn.
The emoji reaction was first spotted by reverse engineering expert Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane), who shared a screenshot of it on Twitter. These emojis look similar to those available on the Facebook platform. While the Sad and Haha emoji are similar to Facebook’s emoji, Twitter has also added Hmm (thinking) and Cheer emoji reactions. The Angry (angry) emoji reaction will not be included on Twitter.
Twitter said in an email to Gadgets 360 regarding the new emoji reaction, “We’re always looking for additional ways for people to better express themselves in conversations on Twitter. We’ll keep you posted. ”
Twitter provided a preview of these emoji reactions through a survey conducted in March 2021.
There are also reports about Twitter that it is testing new fonts called new Chirp. It was announced in January 2021. It is being said that this has been rolled out for web users. These fonts can include Chirp Black, Chirp Bold and Chirp Regular, etc.