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Gmail may soon give you the option to react to an email with emojis

It appears like that Google Emoji race. Recently, the company added emoji icons to the Maps list, then brought emoji reactions to Meet, Docs, and many other services. Now It Looks Like It’s Planning to Bring the Emoji Reaction Gmail, It appears that the new feature allows users to respond to emails in the inbox.
New hidden code for Gmail reveals emoji reactions
Hidden code for the Gmail app for iOS (spotted by Steve Moser) and Android (spotted by TheSpAndroid) reveals that Google is reportedly planning to bring emoji reactions to Gmail inboxes. The report said the code shows that a emoji reaction Feature for email service is in development.
Emoji reactions are “coming soon” to Gmail, according to hidden code found in the Android app. Additionally, some strings suggest that Google is also planning to show users a message saying, “You are among the first Gmail users to get emoji reactions. “Soon you’ll be able to send emoji reactions yourself”. This suggests that Google is planning to introduce this feature to Gmail soon, but in beta with select users before the final rollout.
It remains to be seen how Google plans to implement emoji reactions in Gmail. And, even users will have the option of emoji to react. We expect some flexibility here – at least.
that’s not it. The string of hidden codes also contains some restrictions. Here’s a list as per the report.

  • Will not support email responses received via BCC
  • Encrypted messages will not support responses
  • Email threads with “large groups” will not support responses
  • There is currently an unspecified limit on how much you can use of a single emoji reaction
  • Messages can only support a maximum of 20 emoji reactions per person
  • Messages can only support up to 50 unique emoji reactions.
  • There is currently an unspecified limit on how much you can use of a single emoji reaction
  • Messages can only support up to 20 emoji reactions per person
  • Messages can only support up to 50 unique emoji reactions.

At first glance, emoji reactions in Gmail seem like a strange idea, but as mentioned above, in reality it can be quite useful. However, currently, it is unclear when Google plans to launch this feature, as there has been no official announcement or tease.
Emoji reactions to emails are nothing new
There are many email services that allow users to react to emails using emojis, including Outlook. Microsoft’s email client lets users respond to emails with emojis. Although it doesn’t show them as full email replies, this feature comes in handy if an email is just an acknowledgment.


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