Sometimes words cannot express how websites make you feel. The quickest way to get your emotions across is to simply share the look on your face. This is easy enough in person, and Google is making the online process similarly simple.
This feature is an April Fools treat, so it only seems to be live for people who have their devices set to April 1st. One such person shared this screenshot of Google prompting them as they were browsing Maps.
According to the Google Operating System blog, users can select "Share a reaction" from the Chrome menu. The browser will then take a screenshot of the webpage and activate your device's front-facing camera. The end result is something that looks like the image shared by Googler François Beaufort.
A number of Chrome Selfies are already hitting the web. You can view them on Google+ under the hashtag #ChromeSelfie.
- Jovie Brett Bardoles