Twitter has rolled out a new feature where you can add emoji reactions for Direct Messages to all users across the web, which looks similar to Facebook with a few key differences.
The micro-blogging website, Twitter announced how you can react to messages with a few emojis.
In the Tweet, Twitter explained that to add an emoji reaction, hover over the message and click on the heart button called a ‘reaction button’.
Users can also double-tap on the message and select an emoji reaction after the pop-up.
There are a set of seven new reactions that the user can use similar to Facebook, however, Instead of the heart eyes and angry emojis, you’re getting heart and fire reaction options.
The recipient will get a notification if you react to their DM, and they’ll get your reaction as a text reply if they’re using an older version of the app.