Monday, March 6, 2017

Why Facebook Messenger’s new dislike emoji is actually genius

On Saturday, TechCrunch’s Josh Constine broke the news that Facebook was trialling new reaction emojis within Facebook Messenger. The feature is distinctly reminiscent of Slack’s reactions. If you’re one of the handful of users having been granted access to the service, you can now reply to messages using one of seven reaction emojis. These are clustered to the left of the message, unlike Slack, where they hang underneath. It’s early days, so the palette of emoji is pretty limited, but there’s the usual suspects. The hearts-in-eyes emoji. Faces that are crying, laughing, and frowning. There’s also thumbs-up and thumbs-down emoji, with…

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