Google is testing adding an iMessage-like reaction feature to RCS messaging on Android via its Messages app. The feature will allow users to react to messages in a conversation using emoji.
LinkedIn has unveiled new features meant to provide a more interactive way for users to communicate on the social networking platform. New capabilities include photo tagging, reactions, and more.
Facebook is testing a Reactions feature for its Messenger service, enabling users to react to messages by selecting from a choice of emoji. The update builds upon its popular Reactions for News Feed.
In the days leading up to Halloween, Facebook is getting into the swing of things with a variety of masks, selectable when sharing live video, in addition to limited-edition Halloween reactions.
The Facebook Beta app for Windows 10, which is currently being tested by a limited set of users, has been updated with Like button Reactions that were introduced on other platforms recently.
Facebook Beta has been updated on Windows 10 Mobile for the second time in a week - but it still lacks the new feature that allows users to react to posts with more than just a simple 'like'.
After years of requests, and months of planning, Facebook is finally poised to allow its users to express their opinions in more ways than a 'like', with a rollout expected in a matter of weeks.