Twitter’s direct messages now support emoji reactions, the company has announced.
The feature has launched with seven emoji, which is one more than Facebook currently supports.
Twitter’s selection includes the thumbs up, laughing face, heart, and sad crying face emojis, but it’s also trying out a couple of more original options, it said.
Twitter’s said you can undo a reaction at any time, but also said all conversation participants get notified whenever you add an emoji reaction to a message.
The feature appears to be live across both web and mobile, but Twitter notes that anyone using an older version of its app will see reactions displayed as text.