How to send Soundmojis on Facebook Messenger

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If you tend to use a lot of stickers and GIFs when chatting with friends and family, you’ll be thrilled to use these new types of pictograms, Soundmojis, introduced in Facebook Senger. As the name implies, Soundmojis is a pictogram with sound. So now you can actually add drum rolls to make suspense before you break the news of promotion to your family. Yes, Facebook Messenger offered the option to add a background score to the actual event. This tutorial explores everything you need to know about Soundmojis. So keep reading to the end to find out how to use Messenger’s new sound-based emoji.

Guide to using Soundmojis with Facebook Messenger (2021)

Facebook is constantly working on innovative new features to improve the user’s core messaging experience. FB Messenger and Instagram DM integration, Messenger Room, Secret Chat, or the newly added Soundmojis. That said, don’t waste your time and learn more about Soundmojis.

What are Soundmojis (or Sound Emojis)?

Facebook announced Soundmojis in July of this year to celebrate World Emoji Day. These sound-based emojis play quips of related sound effects and popular songs based on the nature of the emoji. So when you send a drum emoji to a friend, Messenger will play the corresponding sound along with the animated emoji in the chat window.

These sound pictograms range from common sounds such as clapping and roll rolls to some of the trendiest pop songs such as Ariana Grande’s “Thank U, Next” and Cardi B’s “WAP”. Sound characters also include the sounds of your favorite TV series and movies. Like Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Fast and Furious 9.

Facebook messenger soundmojis

For example, the chicken bowl emoji acts as a WAP with the words “macaroni in the pot”, and the red stop emoji plays Billie Eilish’s “stop, what the hell are you talking about?” From her popular song “So I am”.

So far, other add-ons such as emoji and GIF have focused on visuals. But this is the first time Facebook has incorporated audio into its mix. You can use Soundmojis with Messenger for Android and iOS. Current, About 23 Soundmoji that can be shared in messenger chat.. However, Facebook may be added to the list in the coming months.

How to send Soundmojis on Facebook Messenger

Now that you understand what Soundmojis are, let’s see how to actually send Soundmojis on Facebook Senger. However, before sharing Soundmoji with Messenger, make sure the app can access the device’s microphone.

This tutorial uses iPhone X running iOS 15 Beta 4. Still, Soundmojis is also available on Facebook Messenger for Android. Let’s check the steps to send Soundmojis so that it doesn’t get in the way:

1. Open Facebook Messenger (Android, iOS) on your device and open a chat window.

2.2. Tap the pictogram icon It is on the right side of the message box.

Here's how to send Soundmojis on Facebook Messenger

3. Then tap Speaker icon Open the Soundmojis menu in Facebook Senger on the right side. Here you can find all the available Soundmoji that you can send in chat.

Here's how to send Soundmojis on Facebook Messenger

4. Tap Soundmoji to preview and Messenger will play the sound associated with it. You can tap any of the sound mods multiple times to hear the sound again before sending it.

5. Once you’ve selected the sound characters you want to share in chat, they’re under the emoji[送信]Tap the button. Check out the video below to see what Soundmojis looks like in chat.

So, it’s a way you can easily send Soundmoji to your friends and family on Facebook Messenger to better convey your emotions.Remember Recipient must tap Soundmojis to play the corresponding sound..

Communicate emotions using Soundmojis from Facebook Senger

That’s almost it. If you don’t know how to send emojis to your friends and family in Messenger, we hope this guide will help you. Soundmojis is an interesting view of the old-fashioned boring emoji that we share every day. In addition, Facebook also owns WhatsApp and Instagram, which makes Soundmojis more likely to appear in these social apps in the future. Do you think that’s what you’re looking forward to? Do you want to play pictograms? Please let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.