Connect with us


WhatsApp releasing Skin Tone Combinations, enable users to customize emojis




In the latest edition, WhatsApp is developing an interesting function called- Skin Tone Combinations. Although this function hasn’t fully developed yet, our mates from WABetaInfo have brought us the latest insights and some screenshots too.

Now coming to the capabilities of this feature, it’ll let the users modify the available emojis in the couple section. It means they’ll be able to set different skin tones before sharing the emojis.

WhatsApp users will feel more fun by making their own skin tone combinations with emojis with heart. For a better understanding of the working method let’s check the preview first.

WhatsApp Skin Tone Combinations

(WhatsApp Skin Tone Combinations, Images from WABetaInfo)

Related: WhatsApp giving a control bar for picture-in-picture videos

WhatsApp Skin Tone Combinations

First of all, let me be clear that the team is still developing this function, and making more measurements about this. At present, there is no specific info available about the release date however, WhatsApp plans to rollout it soon.

Speaking about the customizable emojies, when users will long press on the icons (couple with heart) various skin tone options will appear afterward. As you can see in the image, there will be half icons with blank space on the other half.

From here, users can select the skin tones for different genders. In addition, they can also select which one is to place on the left side and right side. Though it’s not available for the beta testers yet, will be more fun for sure.

More About WhatsApp: 

In the previous update, WhatsApp rolled out the Undo Status feature for some specific beta testers. It will allow a user to remove their status quickly and works as the same as the delete function.

Still, it makes the entire procedure easier, letting the users instantly delete their Status. However, it’s only available for Android platforms while the iOS users might have to wait for a few more days.

Yash is a graduate of computer science and followed his way into journalism, he is interested in various subjects related to technologies and politics. Yash likes to listen classical songs and has a huge library of classical mixes.