Misskey release 10.97.0 features improved design, custom emoji reactions!

A recent release of Misskey, version 10.97.0, now includes the ability for users to set custom emoji as reactions towards statuses. This implementation is slightly reminiscent of Slack, which also allows users to set custom emoji as a response to individual messages.

In addition, the timeline column includes some new quick-access filters that allows users to quickly navigate their timelines with less effort.

Finally, one other small note: Misskey’s polls feature is now compatible with Mastodon. There still seem to be some quirks with the vote counts, but nevertheless, polls will federate from one platform to the other now.

Overall, these are welcome improvements, and we’re excited to see Misskey continue to evolve and grow.

Sean Tilley

Sean Tilley has been a part of the federated social web for over 15+ years, starting with his experiences with Identi.ca back in 2008. Sean was involved with the Diaspora project as a Community Manager from 2011 to 2013, and helped the project move to a self-governed model. Since then, Sean has continued to study, discuss, and document the evolution of the space and the new platforms that have risen within it.

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