rings in the new year with a bunch of new features. In the coming days, Android and iOS users will be able to send individual messages in chats. So, if a group chat gets a little out of hand, but you want to retain an aspect of the conversation, replies to chats will allow you to start a thread by holding your finger on a message and selecting the Reply option.
You will soon be able to use reactions in chats. There are seven options to choose from, including Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down, Heart, Flame, and Tears of Joy. Again, hold a message to add a reaction. Telegram also recently reacted to iMessage’s way.
On top of that, Snapchat users can quiz their friends in snapshots and stories. They can answer your question with an emoji and you can see how everyone voted. You will find the option in the stickers folder.
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