Twitter could add some new emojis to expand on its formerly star-shaped, currently heart-shaped like button. according to the app researcher Jane Manchun Wong. The fortune Wong found – which one have been reliable predictions of future functions in the past – show “cheers”, “hmm”, “sad” and “haha” emoji responses, although some currently only have a wildcard emoji.
Facebook had one similar reactions since 2016. But Wong’s leak shows that Twitter could take a slightly different route when it comes to what moods users should express: While it shares laughing and sad expressions in common with Facebook, Twitter may also include an option for thought and cheer. Twitter doesn’t seem to have the “angry” phrase Facebook does, but that may be because anger on Twitter is already being handled by the reply and quote tweet features.
We took another look at this feature when Twitter asked users about adding emoji reactions in a poll a few months ago. In response to a request for a comment, Twitter told us the same thing it did last time: “We’re always looking for additional ways people can express themselves in conversations.”
Twitter seems to have been busy with new features lately: we’ve heard rumors about it a premium subscription serviceand we’ve seen the rollout of bigger pictures, it’s audio based Space function, and Testing a tip jar feature. The company even (previously) started a backup of its verification program pause a little over a week later). Maybe Twitter just isn’t working on it A theme park dedicated to Florida’s deplatforming law, but taking into account the disparate Acquisitions It’s late, it’s too early to ignore the possibility.