Twitter’s Upcoming Tweet Reactions Detailed; Company Working on Rings for Fleets, Spaces: Outline


Twitter is reportedly on the brink of launch emoji reactions for tweets. Earlier reports suggested that Twitter is indeed working on emoji reactions but back then only two emoji reactions — ‘hmm’ and ‘haha’ — were uncovered. The social media platform’s reactions to tweets will include ‘like,’ ‘hmm,’ ‘haha,’ ‘cheer,’ and ‘sad,’ as per a tipster. Twitter may be working on Fleets and Twitter Spaces rings for its Web app. Additionally, the social media platform may be working on a better way to search through the Direct Messages (DMs) on its platform.

Tipster Nima Owji (@nima_owji) tweeted details on the emoji reactions on July 4. All five reactions are seen have their own emojis in the screenshot he shared. An earlier outline showed only two such emojis — a thinking face for ‘hmm’ and a laughing face for ‘haha.’ The remainder of the three emojis had a heart as the placeholder emoji but that has changed now. ‘Cheer’ reaction shows a clapping hand emoji, while the ‘sad’ shows a sad face emoji. ‘Like’ reaction retains the heart emoji. Owji’s tweets were first spotted by 9to5Mac.

It kind of feels that not all users have received the new feature yet but taking a look at the development process, it may be expected that Twitter may roll out the feature soon. Once released, users may have to long-press on the react button to discover all emoji reactions, just like Facebook.

Another tweet by Owji shows that Twitter is working on incorporating Fleet and Twitter Spaces rings for its Web app. At present, users don’t seem to be in a position to view Fleets on the Web app but that is expected to change soon.

Owji also tweeted that Twitter is working on letting users search their DMs the usage of keywords. The social media platform had announced the introduction of the search bar for its Android app, that had been to be had for iOS users since 2019. Then again, Owji discovered that Twitter will extend this functionality for its Web app as polite.

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