Soundmojis on Messenger
Social messaging applications have been adding new features to work with better communication among individuals who are telecommuting or are under COVID-19 lockdown. These platforms have expanded the count of members in video calls, made screen sharing simpler, and have added interactive devices for visiting.
Facebook Messengers is currently making things one stride further with the presentation of Sound Emojis. As the name proposes, Soundmojis are emoticons that will have audio cues appended to them to improve the nature of the connection between individuals on the web.
On this World Emoji Day, Messenger has today announced the launch of its new ‘Soundmojis’, which are emojis that play a short audio clip, providing another interactive element for your message threads. Facebook has called Soundmojis “emojis that could talk”. As you can see here, Soundmojis, when added to a message, also plays an audio snippet, which the recipient will hear when they get the message.
“[Soundmojis are] a next-level emoji that lets you send short sound clips in a Messenger chat, ranging from clapping, crickets, drumroll, and evil laughter, to audio clips from your favorite artists like Rebecca Black and your favorite TV shows and movies like Universal Pictures’ F9, NBC and Universal Television’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and Netflix and Shondaland’s Bridgerton. “Ah, the drama of it all.”
Facebook says that everyday messenger users send more than 2.4 billion messages with emoticons on Facebook Messenger consistently, so inclining toward that utilization bodes well, and with more individuals currently more open to sound components than they have been previously (88% of TikTok clients, for instance, say that sound is fundamental for the TikTok experience), it very well may be the ideal chance to take emoticons to a higher level, while the consideration of special connection cuts likewise focuses to another chance for Facebook to transform it into a promoting opportunity, which could have some strong specialty use cases.
How To Enable Soundmoji Option
Right now Facebook is rolling out this feature only for iOS phones, so android users should wait for some time to use Soundmojis. If you want to check out your Soundmoji options, once you’ve updated your Messenger app, you can tap the smiley face to open the expressions menu, then select the loudspeaker icon. From there, you can preview and send your Soundmoji stickers.
In June month also Facebook Messenger introduced the Quick reply bar, new chat themes, QR code, and payment link features. Using the Quick reply bar feature, users will be able to respond to media sent to them without separately opening the photo or video.
In addition to this, Facebook also provided an overview of the most popular food and drink emojis used across Facebook, which could add some context to your planning. Keep using Facebook messenger and explore all features, tips, and tricks inside it.