Now use emoji shortcuts to send special messages

According to a recent WhatsApp update, users can send emoji via a shortcut. To use these WhatsApp emoji shortcuts, you need to do something else first.

New features coming soon via WhatsApp updates. The latest WhatsApp update will roll out emoji shortcuts for users. So, if you’re in the habit of using emojis while chatting, here’s what you need to know? People use emojis to express their emotions easily using smiley faces. If you want to send an emoji to one of your contacts via WhatsApp, you need to click on the smiley icon in the left corner of the message typing box. But now you no longer have to search for the emojis you want to send. You can simply type a keyword and the related emojis will be displayed. Here’s everything you need to know about this WhatsApp update.

The information was provided by WABetaInfo in a report that read: “WhatsApp is rolling out a new update for the Universal Windows Platform app, through the official beta channel in the Microsoft Store, bringing the version to 2.2206.1.0. What’s new in this update? WhatsApp introduces emoji shortcuts!”

“In the previous beta, WhatsApp has introduced the dark theme, one of the most anticipated features. In the new WhatsApp beta UWP 2.2206.1.0 update, WhatsApp now releases another useful feature: emoji shortcuts!” it added. .

The report shared a screenshot of the update and said that when you type specific keywords with a colon in the message edit box, WhatsApp will show all emojis related to the keyword.

For example, typing :Hello will display all related emojis on the screen. According to the information provided by WABetaInfo, “This feature has been available on WhatsApp Web/Desktop for a long time, but it was missing from the UWP version. After updating to the latest beta version of the Microsoft Store, you can now use this feature.”

It can be noted that the changes are available to all beta testers using the latest version of WhatsApp beta UWP. You don’t have to wait for activation as the feature is already enabled for everyone. All you need to do is just update the WhatsApp beta.

Arun Agarwal
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