Facebook Testing the Ability to Add GIFs to Comments

Online networking monster Facebook will start testing a GIF catch that will permit clients post GIFs from administrations like Giphy and Tenor as remarks.
“Everybody cherishes a decent GIF and we realize that individuals need to have the capacity to utilize them in remarks. So we are going to begin testing the capacity to add GIFs to remarks and we’ll share increasingly when we can, however until further notice we rehash this is only a test,” TechCrunch cited Facebook as saying on Saturday.
The report additionally expresses that the GIF remark catch might be accessible to a little gathering of Facebook clients at first, and will be taken off to everybody on the off chance that it turns out to be well known.
The catch will work in an indistinguishable manner from in Facebook Messenger, permitting clients to both peruse inclining GIFs and look for particular responses in-line.
In an offer to make Messenger more fun and drawing in, Facebook on Friday presented two new elements for Messenger, called Message Reactions and Mentions. The Messenger Reactions is like what Facebook presented on its site and applications a year ago. Emojis incorporate love, grin, goodness, pitiful, irate and hate. Notices gives you a chance to tag a particular individual by writing the “@” image took after by their name or moniker took after by your message.
In February, Facebook commended the main commemoration of Reactions and recorded 300 billion Reactions on posts and the “Adoration” response was utilized most extreme circumstances by its more than 1.79 billion clients.