Twitter Users Can Now React to Direct Messages With Emojis

Twitter’s latest feature draws inspriation from Instagram and Facebook, giving users the ability to react to direct messages with a simple emoji. Now, if users would prefer not to type out a reply, they can react to other people’s DMs with an appropriate emoji. This can be done by double-tapping on a message or clicking on the new heart & plus sign icon.

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