Emoji may now be added quickly to Google Docs.

Emoji replies were first offered by Docs on the web earlier this year, and Google now makes it incredibly easy to enter emoji while you write.

Simply enter @ and the desired emoji’s name in the Google Doc’s body. You’ll receive a list that you may browse using the arrow keys. Up/down and enter allow for rapid browsing and selection entry, respectively. Additionally, pressing right twice will provide a complete emoji picker with search, Google’s typical grid, and category grouping.

Put @ and a descriptive after it, like @smile. To get an emoji dropdown menu and the ability to view the whole emoji library, type @: or:. Along with many other features, it adds the speedy ability to tag individuals, link documents, create lists (checklists, numbered, and bulleted), and insert templates (meeting notes, email drafts, product roadmaps, review trackers).

Google Docs emoji
Google Docs emoji

By searching for and adding emojis directly inline with your text in Google Docs, you can now express yourself in a new way, building on the recently unveiled emoji reaction feature .

Today’s web rollout of the Google Docs emoji insertion began, and we have already noticed it on multiple accounts. It is on by default and will be fully accessible over the next few weeks:

All Google Workspace users can access it, as well as previous G Suite Basic and Business users. Users with personal Google Accounts may access this MORE ABOUT GOOGLE DOCS FTC: We employ automatically earning affiliate connections. More.

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