TikTok

TikTok supports native emojis on all platforms which can be inserted with the system-wide emoji keyboard. Some commonly used emojis in comments TikTok include:

These uses aren't yet considered universal, and may be on multiple platforms. More about emoji use on TikTok.

Hidden TikTok Emojis

These 'secret' TikTok emoji codes work on both iOS and Android versions of the TikTok app, appearing as a shortname wrapped in square brackets. For example typing [loveface] inserts a custom emoticon which looks similar to the ๐Ÿ˜ Smiling Face With Heart-Eyes emoji.

Type or copy and paste the codes below to display the graphics as displayed below.

[smile]
[happy]
[angry]
[cry]
[embarrassed]
[surprised]
[wronged]
[shout]
[flushed]
[yummy]
[complacent]
[drool]
[scream]
[weep]
[speechless]
[funnyface]
[laughwithtears]
[wicked]
[facewithrollingeyes]
[sulk]
[thinking]
[lovely]
[greedy]
[wow]
[joyful]
[hehe]
[slap]
[tears]
[stun]
[cute]
[blink]
[disdain]
[astonish]
[rage]
[cool]
[excited]
[proud]
[smileface]
[evil]
[angel]
[laugh]
[pride]
[nap]
[loveface]
[awkward]
[shock]

Unlike native system emojis which appear with designs from Apple, Google or Microsoft (depending on the platform being used), TikTok's hidden emoji list uses the same visual style on all operating systems, from all manufacturers.

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