iPhone app. Someone posts something. When looking at their message at the end of their message there is picture of a smiley face with a small plus sign on the top-right of the face. This implies to me that I can tap on that and add an emoji response to their message just like the desktop app does. Yet when I tap on it it just does nothing. Bug or am I using it wrong or interpreting what it's supposed to be doing wrong? There' nothing in the App Store preview and literally no help that I can find (why is that?).
Thank you for contacting CA Flowdock Support . It indeed doesn't bring a list on iPhone Flowdock app with the emojis you could choose from - since that's how I see it on my Android Flowdock app . It sounds like a bug to me so what I will do is I will open a case for you and continue researching on this topic .
Thank you Piotr. Are you able to share the bug case? Is that something we can track? I really struggle with the CA community pages, they don't make sense to me and I can't figure out how to navigate them successfully, so if you're able to post link to bug here I would very much appreciate it.
I've created a case and a defect for you at 10th of August and further communication and updates will follow via the case. Please let me know if you've received an email I'd sent about the creation of the defect so then we'll make sure you will receive following updates in good order. Thank you and have a great day!
Yes, thank you!
The emojis on iOS show up when you do a 3D touch, i.e. you would have to press and hold on the emoji icon (smiley face) for a tad longer for the emoji lists to show up. I know this is not very intuitive, so we are working on improving the experience to a tap rather than a 3D touch one to launch the emoji set. However till we get to it, please tap the icon a bit longer and you should see the emojis.
Hope this helps!
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Principal Product Manager - Flowdock
So this may be a terminology thing, but on my iPhone 7, it has a pressure sensitive screen (not available on 6 and prior). That means to press, not a touch and hold. I.e. there are two levels of touch, regular touch, and press. The press function does work, so I can use it on my iPhone 7 that way, so thanks (not sure how that may affect use on my Android phone though)!!
Glad that it worked for you and thanks for clarifying the terminology. Regarding your question on Android, you just need to do a long press on the message and you would start seeing the "Add Emoji Reaction" option along with other options that are available for you on any message on Flows/ 1-1s
Great news - version 4.1.2 of the Flowdock iOS app is out today and it addresses several of these issues! Get the update at Flowdock on the App Store.