After Fb’s Bitmoji-style avatars invaded Instagram and Messenger, now they’re coming to Whatsapp, too. In keeping with a report from WABetaInfo, WhatsApp is rolling out help for customizable avatars within the newest beta on Android, however just for some customers.

These with entry to the function will see a brand new “Avatar” class of their settings menu that they’ll use to customise the digital model of themselves. Identical to on Meta’s different apps, WhatsApp will then generate a sticker pack with the avatar in numerous poses, which customers can use to specific themselves when messaging household and buddies.

WABetaInfo first noticed the function final month, however now it’s really rolling out to customers. It’s unclear when WhatsApp will roll out the function to all customers on Android, or when it plans on bringing the function to iOS. Meta didn’t instantly reply to The Verge’s request for remark.

Meta first launched avatars on Messenger and the Information Feed in 2019 earlier than they grew to become out there to make use of in Fb feedback and tales in 2020. Earlier this yr, the corporate gave its avatars a brand new 3D look and began letting customers add them to feed posts, Fb profile photos, and Instagram Tales. On the time, Aigerim Shorman, Meta’s basic supervisor for avatars and id, touted the replace as a part of Meta’s efforts towards constructing out its concept of the metaverse, which not solely contains digital and augmented actuality, but additionally bridges “extra acquainted platforms like your telephone and pc.”