Users of Google Message will soon be able to respond with any emoji.

Google Messages now testing ability to respond to a message by using any emoji . Users can tap on emoji in upper left corner of the reacted message to see a closer glance at this emoji next to the name of the person who responded with it .

Washington, US, November 24: Google Messages, an American tech company, is now testing the ability to respond to a message by using any emoji, according to GSM Arena.Prior to this, reactions were restricted to seven emojis.9to5Google reported this enhancement after it was enabled in a previous version.Now, if a user taps and holds an incoming message on Google Messages, they can respond with any emoji they like.The option to insert a new emoji that isn't listed in the emoji picker is shown in a new icon.

If viewing responses from a group message, all the names and emojis they reacted with will appear in a pop-up prompt.The feature is only available with the latest Google Messages Beta version.Following a failed #GetTheMessage campaign that highlighted Apple's lack of RCS support and a recent app icon update, Google continues to improve the user experience with Google Messages.

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