And now even Twitter is considering a similar feature for its platform. Jane Manchun Wong, a reverse engineering expert revealed that the feature is currently in the testing phase. Although we can not be sure whether this feature would even see the light of the day, it does sound interesting. Currently, Twitter does have a reaction feature for direct messages, but it doesn't for tweets and users can only give them a 'like' in the form of a heart.
Thie new update to Twitter will make a difference in the way people use the platform and by allowing users more ways to express how they feel about a certain tweet, users might be more mindful about what they post and how their audience would react to it. It is not confirmed when or if users will get to use this feature, it is something worth keeping our eyes on!