📆 Tear-Off Calendar
A tear-off calendar, featuring a single day, with ring-binders across the top for changing dates. Not to be confused with the Calendar Emoji which does not feature ring binders.
The date on this calendar in the Apple emoji artwork is July 17, which is the date that iCal for Mac was first announced at MacWorld Expo in 2002 and World Emoji Day.
Google’s Android version of this emoji shows the number 12. It is not clear the significance of this date.
Microsoft does not include any specific date on this tear-off calendar emoji, instead displaying a blank page.
Twitter previously showed July 15 — Twitter’s launch date — but changed this to March 21 in Twemoji 2.0. This is Twitter's founding date. The reason stated was to avoid confusion being so close to July 17, but not the same.
The Tear-Off Calendar emoji was approved as part of Unicode 6.0 in 2010. Copy and paste this emoji using the text field below:
Also Known As
- 📆 Day Calendar Emoji
- 📆 Desk Calendar Emoji