Inside Gmail there is a function that will change the way you communicate via email: here’s what it is, it’s not to be missed.

Google’s email service continues to surprise users with a specific function. This will be able to achieve the objective of changing communication between two or more users in a simple and fast way.

The new Gmail feature will change the way we communicate – ()

For a few weeks, Gmail has made it easier to unsubscribe from unwanted newsletters in just a few clicks, but the email service has once again captured the attention of new and old users with a useful function when it comes to messages received from other users.

Always staying informed on the latest news relating to these platforms is not easy but knowing the recent implementations is essential to improve your communication channels. This includes the Gmail function which allows you to use emojis for reactions to messages received: let’s find out together how to best use them.

Gmail, how to use emojis for reactions: the new function surprises everyone

Google’s guidelines highlight that from the beginning of October it is possible to reply to emails with reactions using emojis. This option is available for all users, both those on PCs and those on Android smartphones while it should arrive in the future for iOS users.

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To add a reaction on your computer, simply open your email inbox and click on the message you want to reply to. Subsequently you need to click on “Add emoji reaction”, the smiley icon inside the text formatting bar. After clicking on the bar, simply select the emoji from the present list, this will be displayed at the bottom of the message in the form of a reaction.

Inserting a reaction on Android always starts from opening the message you want to reply to. Here too you will need to click on “Add emoji reaction” and select the emoticon that best represents your response. This will then appear at the bottom of the communication.

However, there are cases in which this function is not available. For example, school or work Gmail accounts do not include the feature, while no profile can send reactions to messages that are on a mailing list or to messages sent to 20 or more different recipients. Furthermore, it is not possible to continuously send emojis given the limit of 20 per email.