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Emoji, animated GIFs, and stickers are a great way to add some fun and express yourself in your communications! Plus, we've added new emoji galleries with over 800 emoji to choose from, including some you can personalize.

Send an emoji

To insert an emoji in a chat or channel message:

  1. Select EmojiEmoji icon beneath the message box.

  2. At the bottom of the pop-up window, choose one of the new emoji galleries. The starting gallery is Smilies, but there's also Hand gestures, People, Animals, Food, Travel and placesObjects, Activities, and Symbols.

  3. Select the emoji that you want from your chosen emoji gallery.

  4. Once you've inserted the emoji you want, select SendSend message icon in Teams.

Chat emoji menu and gallery

Personalize your emoji

Some emoji—those that include a grey dot in the corner—can be personalized for different skin tones. Just right-click an emoji (one with a grey dot) to open a series of variations for that emoji and then choose the one that you want to send. 

Personalize an emoji

Tips: 

  • If you know the name or description of the emoji you’re looking for, use the keyword search box at the top of the gallery. Or, explore by trying different terms.

  • You also can use keyboard shortcuts to choose emoji. To see all emoji keyboard shortcuts, go to View all available emoji.

Send a quick reaction

Say more with a Heart reaction icon in Teams., Mad reaction in Teams, and more. To get to the full set of reactions, hover over a message and select the one you want. Then watch it appear in the upper-right corner of the message. 

Chat emoji reaction

Send a GIF

To send an animated GIF in a chat or channel message, just select GIFGIF icon in Teams beneath the box. Use the search bar at the top of the window to look for something specific (like "cats playing piano") or browse the collection of popular GIFs.

Send a GIF in Teams

Send a meme or sticker

To send a meme or sticker in a chat or channel, select Sticker beneath the box. If you select Popular, you'll see a collection of the most commonly used memes and stickers. Memes shows you the entire meme library, or you can browse different categories of stickers. After you find the one you want, add captions, select Done, and then SendSend a message icon.

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Search for a meme or sticker

To search for a meme or sticker, select Sticker beneath the box. Once you're inside the memes and stickers collection, select Popular. From there, you can enter a search term (like "Grumpy Cat" or "office") into the box at the top to find memes and stickers matching that description.

Customize a meme or sticker

To customize a meme or sticker, select Sticker beneath the box, and pick the meme or sticker you want. Type the text you want into the caption boxes and select Done. Your new (hilarious) caption appears in the meme or sticker, and all you have to do is select SendSend a message icon.

Add an emoji

To add an emoji to a message, tap EmojiSmile emoji icon beneath the box, choose an emoji gallery including SmiliesHand gestures, People, Animals, Food, Travel and placesObjects, Activities, and Symbols,and then choose the emoji that you want to send.

Even more fun and expressiveness is here with an expanded selection of over 800 emojis over nine galleries that introduce a wide range of diversity and representation. Select the emoji that fits your mood with a new gallery selector, skin tone selector, and shortcode picker. 

Add a reaction

To add an emoji reaction, tap and hold the message you’d like to add a reaction to. Then, select the reaction you want, and watch it appear in the upper-right corner of the message.

Add a GIF

To add an animated GIF to a message or a channel conversation, just select GIFGIF icon in Teams beneath the box. Use the search bar at the top of the window to look for something specific (like "cats playing piano") or browse the collection of popular GIFs.

To add custom memes or stickers, use the desktop or web app.

Add an emoji

To add an emoji to a message, tap EmojiSmile emoji icon beneath the box, choose an emoji gallery including SmiliesHand gestures, People, Animals, Food, Travel and placesObjects, Activities, and Symbols,and then choose the emoji that you want to send.

Even more fun and expressiveness is here with an expanded selection of over 800 emojis over nine galleries that introduce a wide range of diversity and representation. Select the emoji that fits your mood with a new gallery selector, skin tone selector, and shortcode picker. 

Add a reaction

To add an emoji reaction, tap and hold the message you’d like to add a reaction to. Then, select the reaction you want, and watch it appear in the upper-right corner of the message.

Add a GIF

To add an animated GIF to a message or a channel conversation, just select GIFGIF icon in Teams beneath the box. Use the search bar at the top of the window to look for something specific (like "cats playing piano") or browse the collection of popular GIFs.

To add custom memes or stickers, use the desktop or web app.

Sours: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/send-an-emoji-gif-or-sticker-in-teams-174248c9-e64d-4de1-9f41-3199cc0751ad

How to Emoji, GIF, and Meme—Without Overdoing It

Emoji, GIFs, videos, and memes collectively are, like,💥 🙋🏾 totally the thing right now 🙌 👻 ❗ It’s true that all four can effectively grab attention, clarify intent, and lighten the tone of mobile communication—the trick, obvi, is to use them correctly.

Emojis, GIFs, videos, and memes function roughly as visual illustrations

Who doesn’t like a photo! A gif! A silly little something in the middle of a text, an email, a social media post. Throwing in some visual element makes your communication more engaging. More interesting. More fun.

…and, not for nothing, more effective. In fact, a recent Braze study found that 59% of people say the are most likely to notice a message that includes an image! And that’s great because digital communication can be a hotbed of misunderstanding.

Visual cues can help clarify intention before a misunderstanding takes place. A smiley, for example, can serve to soften a message, to make it seem friendlier, just like an actual smile would. In fact, it’s been found that people’s brains process emoji as nonverbal, emotional communications rather than words.

GIFs can tell stories or illustrate points without taking any longer to load or to experience than their text-only equivalents. Clever memes are attention-grabbing and likely to be shared. Video often looks better on mobile devices than texts and still images do. All types of images deliver more information, faster, than text can—a picture is indeed worth a thousand words.

So obviously we should just throw away our traditional keyboards now! Not so…

Rules for emoji-ing, GIF-ing and meme-ing in moderation

There are lots of ways to get visual cues wrong, and over-using visual elements, or using them inappropriately, is counterproductive.

Rule #1: Check yourself for cultural correctness

Make sure your usage is correct as defined by the culture or subculture of your audience.

If you create a variation on a popular meme that makes it obvious you don’t get the in-joke, you’ve just undermined the credibility of your whole campaign.

Emoji are particularly easy to misuse because many are heavily symbolic. A smile is almost universally understood as an expression of conviviality, but the meanings of others are far from obvious to the uninitiated.

Adding to the complication, people in different countries—or even different states or regions within a country—use emoji differently, and some cultures like emoji a lot more than others do. Finland, for example, loves emoji. Tanzania? Not so much.

Rule #2: Chill with the visuals

Don’t use the elements just to use them. Random emoji-ing, embedding a GIF, or inserting a meme into every single message as a matter of routine, or using video even if you don’t have the budget to do it well, are all counterproductive.

While one emoji can be cool, 25 emoji in the same text notification does not make the text 25 times as cool.

Just as you need to be careful not to send too many push notifications to the same person, you also shouldn’t cram too many visual elements into the same notification, email, or social media comment.

  • Visuals should supplement and expand on text, not replace it or dominate it.
  • Make sure your emoji, GIFs, and other visuals are relevant to your message.
  • Think spare and creative. Less is more.

Rule #3: Who you talkin’ to, Willis?

In other words, pay attention to your audience. As noted, different cultures and subcultures use emoji differently. Millennials tend to like memes more than their parents do, and way more than their grandparents. That said, memes have a casual, playful, and trendy mood with all age groups. So, there might be humorous or cheeky application possibilities for all age groups, but if you’re trying to reach older, conservative people who care about formality and tradition, skip the meme. It’s not going to resonate.

The good news is: segmentation! Different visuals can go to different subsets of your market, and you can test and adjust as you discover what works well and what falls flat.

Just as you can direct notifications to theright people at the right time, you can also craft messages to appeal to different audience subsets. People who live in states where emoji are less popular might still respond well to a text message with a simple heart emoji (everyone likes hearts, provided that the heart is an appropriate color for the message). Whereas, people in a more pro-emoji state might prefer a richer message with more complex symbols.

Rule #4: Be clever. Be fun. Be snappy.

The emoji and meme (and GIF and video) game is about more than simply pairing a word with a related image. To really make it work, you have to get your clever on.

Enjoy yourself, but don’t be too extra.

The venerable Sir Patrick Stewart, stage actor, award winner, and Royal Shakespeare Company player…recently loaned his voice to the poop emoji in 2017’s “The Emoji Movie.” It’s safe to say that emoji are in the mainstream, and are widely accepted across cultures, ages, and geographical regions.

That said, in your marketing, treat them (and GIFs and memes) like cologne. Just a little goes a long way, and only when applied properly. As ever, know your audience, and use their response as guidance in your visual-aid game.

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Sours: https://www.braze.com/resources/articles/emoji-gif-meme
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Gboard has everything you love about Google Keyboard—speed and reliability, Glide Typing, voice typing, Handwriting, and more

Glide Typing — Type faster by sliding your finger from letter to letter

Voice typing — Easily dictate text on the go

Handwriting* — Write in cursive and printed letters

Emoji Search* — Find that emoji, faster

GIFs* — Search and share GIFs for the perfect reaction.

Multilingual typing — No more switching between languages manually. Gboard will autocorrect and suggest from any of your enabled languages.

Google Translate — Translate as you type in the keyboard

* Not supported on Android Go devices
Hundreds of language varieties, including:
Afrikaans, Amharic, Arabic, Assamese, Azerbaijani, Bavarian, Bengali, Bhojpuri, Burmese, Cebuano, Chhattisgarhi, Chinese (Mandarin, Cantonese, and others), Chittagonian, Czech, Deccan, Dutch, English, Filipino, French, German, Greek, Gujarati, Hausa, Hindi, Igbo, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Javanese, Kannada, Khmer, Korean, Kurdish, Magahi, Maithili, Malay, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Northern Sotho, Odia, Pashto, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Saraiki, Sindhi, Sinhala, Somali, Southern Sotho, Spanish, Sundanese, Swahili, Tamil, Telugu, Thai, Tswana, Turkish, Ukrainian, Urdu, Uzbek, Vietnamese, Xhosa, Yoruba, Zulu, and many more! Visit https://goo.gl/fMQ85U for the full list of languages supported

Pro tips:
• Gesture cursor control: Slide your finger across the space bar to move the cursor
• Gesture delete: Slide left from the delete key to quickly delete multiple words
• Make the number row always available (enable in Settings → Preferences → Number Row)
• Symbols hints: Show quick hints on your keys to access symbols with a long press (enable in Settings → Preferences → Long press for symbols)
• One handed mode: On large screen phones, pin keyboard to the left or the right of the screen
• Themes: Choose your own theme, with or without key borders

Sours: https://play.google.com/
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