Personal texts and emails — emoji use is OK: When a person is having a casual conversation with a friend or family member, using emojis is totally acceptable. In fact, this might be the prime time for emoji usage and including them often even enhances the conversation by adding tone and clarity.
Why should you use emoticons when texting?
The use of emojis is seen more as a creative form of language - when present in text-based messages, these symbols help us express ourselves better and more imaginatively, a compliment rather than a replacement. And besides, emojis serve a far more important role than to merely replace words.
Do you use emojis when texting?
“Emojis are a form of communication, and just like any other form of communication, there are times we should use them and times we should not,” explains Dr. Riordan. “The inherent playfulness of emojis suggests we should not use them in serious messages.
What does it mean when a text says loved?
In iMessage (texting app for Apple iPhones and iPads) and some non-default Android texting applications, users have the option of liking texts, which will send recipients using Android Messages or Republic Anywhere a separate text message informing them that this action has been taken.
Can you love a text message?
You can like a text on your iPhone, along with a variety of other reactions, by tapping and holding a message in the Messages app. When you like a text on your iPhone, the person who sent the text message you reacted to will get a notification to that effect.