The article provides a guide on how to customize skin tone for hand gestures and emojis in the Messenger Desktop app on Windows 11, allowing users to personalize their messaging experience and reflect their true personalities. Skin tones options including: [Default], [Light], [Medium Light], [Medium], [Medium Dark], and [Dark] ensure inclusivity and accurate self-representation during conversations.
This article explains how to change the skin tone for hand gestures and emojis in the Messenger Desktop app on Windows 11.
The Messenger Desktop app is a standalone messaging app developed by Facebook that allows users to send and receive messages, make audio and video calls, and share files and media with other users without going through a web browser.
When you use the Messenger app on Windows, you can turn auto-start on or off, change your online status, turn message preview on or off, mute or unmute all notifications, and more.
Using the Messenger app, you can also personalize by changing the skintone for gestures and emojis to represent your true personality. Skin tones are based on these colors: [Default], [Light], [Medium Light], [Medium], [Medium Dark], and [Dark].
Changing skin tones in the Messenger app allows users to personalize their messaging experience and better represent themselves in conversations. Users can make their conversations more inclusive and reflect their true personalities by selecting a specific skin tone for hand gestures and emojis.
This feature is especially helpful for people who want to represent themselves accurately in conversations and prefer emojis that reflect their skin tone.
Change skin tone for hand gestures and emojis in Messenger
As mentioned above, users can change their skin tone for hand gestures and emojis in the Messenger app to better represent themselves in conversations.
Here’s how to do that.
First, launch the app by clicking the Start menu and selecting it on the All Apps list.
When the app opens, click your profile image and select Preferences at the bottom left of your screen.
Next, select the Appearance tab on the left. Under “Emoji Skintone,” choose a skintone for emoji and hand gestures for your conversations.
That should do it!
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