Facebook introduced the Soundmoji feature to Messenger users earlier this month. The feature, similar to its name, offers audio alongside emojis to improve conversations between colleagues. Various types of Soundmoji already exist including farts, drums, laughter, violins, ghosts, surprises, kisses, and many others. Soundmoji is essentially a next-level emoji that lets you send short voice clips together in Messenger conversations. They are currently the side of content media that users can send to their colleagues on Facebook Messenger, and sit next to options such as stickers, GIF images, and emojis.
How to use Soundmoji on Facebook Messenger
Soundmoji is currently only on facebook messenger mobile platform, and we can't find it on Facebook for the Site. Users can't make custom Soundmoji for now, but on the list of existing special Soundmoji lists will be updated periodically with the impact of new sounds and popular sound snippets. Each voice is represented by an emoji, making the visual emoji that we like can still be run, all adding sound to the combination.
Soundmoji will be present between hand-tepok emoticons, crickets, drumrolls, and wicked laughter, to audio clips from actresses like Rebecca Black and TV shows and movies like Universal Pictures' F9, NBC and Universal Television's Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and Netflix and Bridgerton from Shondaland. To use the new Soundmojis gesture tool in Facebook Messenger, let's take a look at some of the following simple steps.
Open Facebook Messenger and open the conversation where you want to send Soundmoji.
Click on Smile Face in the conversation bar at the bottom to open the gesture menu.
In the gesture menu, click the speaker icon.
Here, you can preview Soundmoji many times before deciding which one to send.
Ketok icon Send after you make several choices that you like. Soundmoji will be delivered to those receiving with audio playback.