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Twitter / X
Twitter (renamed X in July 2023) supports all standard emojis, and these can be inserted via emoji keyboard or picker. Emojis can also be copied and pasted by choosing from the emojis on this page.
Twemoji is an open source emoji project, created and owned by Twitter. Emojis from Twemoji are found on the Twitter.com website, TweetDeck, Twitter for Android, Discord, Roblox and other apps. The Twitter app for iOS has always used the native emojis provided by Apple. As of February 2023, the Twemoji set appears to have been discontinued on mobile devices, replaced by the device's native emoji designs.
Custom Twitter emojis (previously known as hashflags) are enabled for some events or promotions. These display on Twitter for a limited time, after specific hashtags.
While most emojis can be used in Twitter names, any emoji which resembles the verified checkmark is not permitted. See the list of emojis not permitted in Twitter names or bios.
Since 2021 glossy Twemoji Stickers began showing in select locations across Twitter, but as of early 2022 these glossy designs have yet to be used within the Twemoji emoji set. As of October 2022, these glossy sticker designs have been available for use within the Twitter mobile image editor and are featured within the platform's Twitter Status feature.
See also: Twitter logo.
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