Choose one with the desired color and increase its size (by zooming with two fingers) so it takes up the whole screen and the edges begin to pixelate.Then, drag the pixelated area over the frame to make it look like a filter.You can also find some helpful tutorials on You Tube that show creative ways to make these effects with multiple emoji and colors.
Remember when Facebook used to routinely change its website layout around and confused / incited anger in everyone every few months?
These days it’s sticking to a pretty standard look, but the company does test a few format changes here and there to see what might be worth updating.
Hidden in the app's "additional services" menu within the settings, you can find everything you need to know about this feature.
The menu offers an explanation of what each character means — for example, the difference between the red heart and yellow heart — and allows you to change them to customize the emoji for each designation.
On the smartphone side, you can only use the functionality on Android, Black Berry and Windows Mobile since there's no i OS version at this nascent stage.
There's no suggestion that messages themselves were exposed. A second issue, also discovered by the enterprisingly precocious Bhuyan, means that deleted photos are still viewable through the web client even though they appeared as blurred if deleted when accessed though mobile versions of the software.
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The latest update appears to be in the comments section on the Facebook mobile app, which swaps the flat line-by-line format with Messenger-like chat bubbles.
Replies also look similar to Messenger, with individual bubbles underneath the original comment.
It's unclear if and when the web version of Whats App will be updated to iron out these security glitches.