The emoji test uses five different emoji: a thinking face emoji, a crying face emoji, a laughing with tears emoji, a clapping emoji, and a heart emoji. In addition, TechCrunch details that you’ll be able to add an emoji with a “long press” of the like button; otherwise, you would still be able to simply “like” a tweet.
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Twitter said it didn’t add any negative emoji reactions after an initial survey of a Twitter emoji feature in March showed users were worried about getting negative reactions to what they were tweeting. However, even though it’s a negative reaction, many users have wanted a dislike button on Twitter for years now, and Twitter also is testing “downvoting” tweeted replies.