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WhatsApp ‘message reactions’ feature now available for users on WhatsApp beta for Windows

WhatsApp is hard at work on a number of software updates that will ultimately result in a more satisfying experience for its users. According to WABetaInfo, the website for instant messaging is in the process of releasing an updated version of message reactions for the most recent beta version of WhatsApp for Windows available from the Microsoft Store.

WhatsApp 'message reactions' feature now available for users on WhatsApp beta for Windows

Mark Zuckerberg made the announcement about a month ago that an update was being rolled out to the app that would allow users to respond to messages by using any emoji they choose. Users who were running WhatsApp beta for Windows, on the other hand, did not get the update. Users of WhatsApp beta for Windows are now able to download the update after the app, which is owned by Meta.

In addition, WABetaInfo provided a screen capture of the update. “It is finally possible to react to messages by using any emoji and skin-tone: you can begin using the feature by clicking the plus button whenever you want to react to a message,” the website wrote. “You can start using the feature by clicking the plus button when you want to react to a message.”

Additionally, “status reactions” features were made available to some beta users by WhatsApp one week ago. Users are now able to respond to a message status using a total of eight different emojis, which are as follows: a smiling face with heart-shaped eyes; a face with tears of joy; a face with an open mouth; a crying face; folded hands; clapping hands; a party popper; and one hundred points. This function is very comparable to the one that can be found on Instagram.

It has been reported that WhatsApp is working on a new security feature that will be called “login approval.” will prevent fraudulent activity from occurring on user accounts. Users of the instant messaging app can set themselves up to receive in-app alerts whenever another person attempts to log into their respective accounts.

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