Google has begun testing the full set of emoji reactions in its Messages platform, allowing users to react with any emoji. According to a 9to5Google report, the expanded emoji reactions appear to be a limited test at this point.

According to reports, earlier, users could only use seven emojis by a long-press on an RCS (Rich Communications Services) chat. The seven emojis are thumbs up/down, happy face with heart-eyes, face with tears of joy, face with mouth open, crying face, and angry face.

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The 9to5Google found that certain beta users of the Messages app were seeing the new choices on the flyout bar that appears when users long-press an RCS message.

Google earlier this month started testing a newly designed gallery-focused photo picker in its Messages platform. Users could see around 22 images by swiping left, and it has a shortcut to quickly open the camera.

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