A Twitter user has discovered the social networking service is testing emojis for reaction purposes.
The current Twitter method of showing approval — the “like” demonstrated by a heart, which only recently replaced the long-running “favorite” star — may soon be only one of several ways Twitter users will potentially be able to riposte.
As it turns out, users could eventually find a range of expressive faces to employ, and even the full approval a “100” can grant, as revealed Monday by Twitter user @_Ninji:
According to The Verge writer Casey Newton, @_Ninji AKA Ninji, infamous dog says he came across the emojis as part of a development build opened through a jailbroken iOS app.
Mr. Newton reached out to Twitter for a reaction, and reports receiving this, nothing more:
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