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Gmail now allows you to react to emails with emojis

Gmail now allows you to react to emails with emojis

Gmail now allows you to react to emails with emojis

Users will have the ability to react to an email with emojis, a novelty that Google has started to deploy in the application Gmail for Android and will come to iOS and web soon.

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Reactions offer a way to quickly express what one feels about a certain message, using one of the proposed emoji for this purpose. This form of quick response has also been extended to Gmail emails.

Reactions are available for each of the emails that the user receives, as Google has explained on the Support page where this news is detailed. They appear as another quick reply option, with an emoji icon, at the end of the message.

Gmail now allows you to react to emails with emojis (Google/)

This icon, when clicked, displays a series of emojis to express a reaction, but it is possible to access a larger selection. When choose one that reflects the feeling it arouses message, this emoji will appear at the bottom of the message, above the quick reply options.

Not only the user’s reaction will be shown but also the reactions of other people, as the company clarifies. You can know who has reacted by simply pressing the emoji and holding it down.

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The reactions, however, not available for school or professional accounts. Nor if the message has been sent to a group mailing list limited to or more than 20 recipients, or if the user has sent “more than 20 reactions to the same message.”

Reactions to Gmail emails have begun to be implemented in the android appand soon they will also arrive in the web version and iOS, as reported in The Verge.

Source: Elcomercio

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