Facebook launched the Soundmoji feature for Messenger users earlier this month. As the name suggests, this feature provides audio and emoticons to enhance the dialogue between friends. Different types of Soundmojis have been provided, including farts, drums, laughter, violin sounds, ghosts, shocks, kisses, etc. Soundmojis are essentially the next level of emoji, allowing you to send short sound clips in Messenger chat at the same time. They are now part of the media content that users can send to their friends on Facebook Messenger, and are located next to options such as stickers, GIF images, and emojis.

How to use Soundmoji on Facebook Messenger

Soundmojis are currently only available on the mobile app version of Facebook Messenger, we cannot find them on Facebook for Web. Users currently cannot create custom Soundmoji, but the currently available custom Soundmoji library will be regularly updated with new sound effects and famous sound clips. Each sound is represented by an emoji, keeping the visual emojis we all like, while incorporating the sound into it.

According to Facebook, Soundmojis range from clapping, crickets, drums, and evil laughter, to audio clips from artists such as Rebecca Black, as well as from Universal Pictures’ F9, NBC, and Universal Television’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine, as well as Netflix and Shondaland’s TV shows and movies such as Bridgerton. To use the new emoji tool Soundmojis in Facebook Messenger, follow the simple steps below.

  1. Go to Facebook Messenger and open the chat you want to send Soundmoji to.

  2. Click on Smiley Open the emoji menu in the chat bar at the bottom.

  3. In the expression menu, click Speaker icon.

  4. Here, you can preview Soundmojis again and again, and then decide which one to send.

  5. Click on send The icon after the decision is made. Soundmoji will be sent to the receiver along with the audio playback.


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Tasneem Akolawala is a senior reporter for Advertisement Shout. Her reporting expertise covers smartphones, wearable devices, apps, social media and the entire technology industry. She reported from Mumbai and wrote about the ups and downs of India’s telecommunications industry. Tasneem can be reached on Twitter via @MuteRiot, and clues, tips and announcements can be sent to tasneema@Advertisement Shout.com.more

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