Emojis have become a common way for people to express their feelings. Four out of 10 millennials would rather engage with pictures than read. You heard that right: pictures.
This is one of the reasons Droplr introduced its newest and latest feature called reactions. For every drop that you create, whether it is a file you share or a screencast, you can now react with an emoji of your choice. It’s quick and efficient feedback. It’s much more friendly in tone than an ambiguous “yes” or “no” answer. And it adds a bit of fun to even the dullest moments in life.