How to get the care emoji on Facebook

There are two new Emojis that you'll soon be seeing on Facebook and here's how you can get them for yourself. There are two new emojis - one is the Facebook smiley-face hugging a heart and another one is called a virtual hug - it's a giant purple and red heart. I went looking for them and couldn't find them until I discovered how to get them. They'll start showing up on your Facebook and Messenger starting next week. According to post by Facebook - here's how you can get the new emojis and how they'll appear
Messenger is rolling out a pulsating heart reaction today so people can show extra love and care to their friends and family. To update the reaction, you can press and hold down the heart reaction to view the new one. To change it back, press and hold the new reaction again.
The Facebook smiley-face hugging a heart will show up in your reaction bar but you have to have the most current Facebook app to get them. Be on the lookout for them over the next few weeks. Ahead of today, it looks like Pedja Ristic, a product designer at Facebook, was testing the reaction on his own posts, another hint it was coming.

This is relatively speaking a pretty small gesture: offering up an emoji in response to a post is not putting food on the table (nor shopping for it, which has become a challenge in itself), giving someone a guarantee of income, making sure that a person is not being misinformed about the scope of the novel coronavirus and how best to deal with that, nor indeed curing anyone who happens to get sick from this awful thing. But in the scope of Facebook being a crucial part of many people’s support networks, ever more important as people live in isolation, it’s another way to make it more useful and more tuned to the kind of empathy we all need right now.

Facebook has been working on a number of levels to do something useful in the current health crisis. Its work has ranged from making stronger efforts to ferret out and remove misinformation, provide grants to those in media that are working to report the news well, separate grants to small businesses, supporting public health initiatives to get more important messages out, and like many others also donating masks to those in need.

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