Making use of Messenger’s newly-scored feature sounds like a pretty easy and intuitive task. As the company puts it, “We’re launching a handful of World Effects to people around the world. In addition to the heart, arrow and robot, you can also try playing around with a unicorn plus word bubbles, like “love,” “bae,” “heart” and “miss you.” To add a World Effect, open the Messenger Camera (from your inbox or from inside an existing conversation by tapping the camera icon), and then scroll to choose from the camera effects. Pick an effect and then tap to add it to your image.”
The effects are not currently available for all the Messenger users yet – we guess they will arrive after a server-side change since even flashing the very latest beta of the app did not allow us to try them out personally.
Facebook also mentions that while merely a few World Effects are available right now, this list is to grow in the coming months with other filters and whatnot. It’s also our own ;guesstimation’ that once the library grows, Instagram could technically score a similar functionality on its own – it makes a lot of sense and will fall in line with Facebook’s policy of trickling-down features.
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