According to researcher Jane Manchun Wong, next to the “Like” button, Twitter is also working on the “Cheer”, “Hmm”, “Sad” and “Haha” reactions.
It is still unclear when the platform will release this feature and how it will be implemented, 9To5Mac reported.
One of the concerns is using those reactions to spread hate on the platform because right now it’s only possible to retweet and like a tweet, according to the report.
Currently, only “Hmm” and “Haha” reactions have an appropriate emoji. “Cheer” and “Sad” have the same generic heart emoji as the “Like” button.
As reported by Wong, it’s been at least a few weeks since Twitter started working on this feature.
Recently, Twitter suspended its blue badge verification program within a week of launch, saying it was now in the process of initiating verification requests that had reached it.
Twitter relaunched its new verification request process last week, starting with six categories, and is reviewing public apps around the world to help users earn the blue badge on the microblogging platform.
Twitter previously suspended verification in 2017, before relaunching it this year.
The company re-launched the audit program with six categories – government; companies, brands and organizations; press organizations and journalists; entertainment; sports and games; and activists, organizers and other influential people.