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Sunday, March 5, 2017

Facebook Messenger will include TapMack reactions from iMessage


Following the launch of iOS 10 the bite apple company introduced endless new features on its instant messaging platform, iMessage .
The iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch Messaging app has incorporated amazing and fun features such as background effects, rich links, stickers, games, emoji, integration in the App Store and ... TapBack reactions.
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IMessage's TapBack reactions allow iOS 10 users to keep their finger on any message (or double-tap) to add an emoji or reaction to them .
These fun reactions include a thumb up, a thumb down, an exclamation mark, a question mark, a text with laughter and a heart.

Will Facebook Messenger copy to iMessage?

It seems that Facebook is testing very similar functionality in its Messenger application for iOS and Android.
It was first filtered by TechCrunch, and later confirmed by Facebook . The new reactions of Messenger are very similar to the TapBack reactions of iMessage, but obviously with the emoticons present in the social network.
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In addition, Facebook is also expected to add a "I do not like" button in their reactions to the news feed.
From Facebook, as well inform us via TechCrunch , indicate that in Messenger the button "I do not like" will be a new way of saying "no" answering any message.
"PEOPLE ARE SAID TO USE MESSENGER REGULARLY FOR PLANNING AND COORDINATION, AND WE ARE EXPERIMENTING IF REACTIONS HELP LOGISTIC AND SPEED UP VOTING."
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And how will Facebook Messenger reactions work? Simply press a button (see the image) next to the message and select the emoticon with which you want to respond .
Facebook is testing this functionality on a small number of people on the web. If you have experienced this in your application or in your web browser, let us know. Be that as it may, the company is planning to expand the reactions in the not too distant future.
Now, iMessage has copied some of the functions of Messenger, and Facebook now does well incorporating functions similar to those of iMessage , with its own style. What do you think?

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