Monday, July 26


emojis, emojis de sonido, Facebook, messenger, Redes sociales

How to send sound emojis on Facebook Messenger | Digital Trends Spanish

Soundmojis. This is how Facebook decided to baptize emojis with embedded audio, an evolution of the traditional figures that are already an integral part of our digital communication on social networks. But what exactly are they and how do they work? Next we will tell you what they are and how to send sound emojis in Messenger. You will be interested in: What are sound emojis These are all the audio emojis available on Facebook Messenger.Strictly speaking, an emoji is a character that is displayed as a colored icon. Each figure responds to a unique code that is regulated by the Unicode consortium. Being coded, most devices are able to process and represent them (although each with its own style). Since it is a character, emojis cannot include audio ... So what exactly are emojis? s...
emojis, Facebook, messenger, Redes sociales

Facebook Messenger launches sound emojis | Digital Trends Spanish

If you think that emojis or stickers are not enough to show your emotions, the new from Facebook interests you. The social network has just released soundmojis (or phonoticons, as the company has translated them in Spanish) for its instant messaging app, emoticons that are accompanied by a short audio clip. "We present a complete library of phonoticons for you to choose from and that we will update regularly with new sound effects and familiar sound fragments," says Facebook in a blog post. The first phonotics available in Messenger are the applause, the drum roll, an evil laugh, a violin and a cricket, all of them with their corresponding sound, of course. Faceboook says it hopes to add audio clips from artists like Rebecca Black or from movies and series like Fast & furious 9, Brook...
Facebook, messenger, Noticias, Redes sociales

Facebook limits interactions in its Messenger application | Digital Trends Spanish

Facebook announced that it has limited content forwarding on its Messenger messaging app. The company justified the decision in its "continued efforts to provide people with a more secure and private messaging experience." As it did in the past with its WhatsApp subsidiary, messages can now only be forwarded to five people or groups at a time. "Limiting forwarding is an effective way to stop the spread of misleading viral information and harmful content that has the potential to cause harm in the real world," said Messenger's Director of Product Management, Privacy and Security, Jay sullivan. The executive described as "fundamental" to control the spread of falsehoods linked to the COVID-19 pandemic and given the proximity of elections in countries such as the United St...