Telegram includes an iMessage-style reaction feature as well as an intriguing feature that allows you to hide parts of a text. Spoiler is the name of the feature.
On the last day of the year, Telegram, a messaging app, released a number of new features. Telegram includes an iMessage-style reaction feature as well as an intriguing feature that allows you to hide parts of a text. Spoiler is the name of the feature. Another useful feature of the messaging app is the message translation feature, which is certainly a first for a messaging app. Message translation is not available in any other messaging application, including WhatsApp and Signal.
Reactions to Messages
Emojis will now be available as a way for Telegram users to respond to chats. Telegram will now gain the feature, which is already available on iMessage, Facebook Messenger, and Instagram. Telegram was the first messaging application to include animated and interactive emoji, providing users unrivalled options for expressing themselves in conversations. Some of these emoji are now available as reactions, allowing you to convey your views and feedback without having to send a message.
Simply double-click, an emoji to send a Thumbs Up reaction in response to a message. To send additional emojis, press once on the message and select from the list of available emojis. The reactions can be utilised in private chats, groups, and channels. Admins can choose whether or not to enable reactions and which reaction emoji are visible in the chat.
Users can utilize the Spoiler feature to choose any part of their text and apply the new ‘Spoiler’ formatting to it while typing. When you choose Spoiler, the selected section of the message will be hidden in the chat, as well as in the chat list and notifications.
Translation of Message
By far one of the most significant features added to a messaging application is message translation. Telegram is the first one to receive it, which is great. Any message can now be translated into another language directly within the app. Setting > Languages allows you to enable translation. After that, when you choose a message, a new Translate button appears in the context menu. Users can also choose to exclude any languages in which they are fluent, in which case the translate option will be disabled for those messages. On Android smartphones that support Telegram, translation is available, however Apple devices must have iOS 15 or higher. Your phone’s operating system determines which languages are available.