Twitter is testing Tweet Reactions on some users in Turkey as it prepares to launch it globally.
Users today, Turkey may try for a limited time reactions publications Twitter, emoji include: and.
This announcement comes after the social network surveyed users in March on how they would react if the platform adopted a style similar to Facebook.
“Our goal is always to support healthy public conversation and we want to see how our current set of emoji will affect conversations,” Twitter said.
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There will be no ‘annoys me.’
Twitter announces that “while ‘frustration’ and ‘anger’ are also common emotions people feel when reading Tweets, we are not incorporating them as emoji reactions at this time,” the company said in a press release, according to TechCrunch.
This new feature is part of several elements that Twitter is testing lately, including security features and a more extensive feed for photos and videos.