Emojis have definitely become a key communication element in 2019, and even “serious” apps such as Microsoft Teams and Slack allow users to use various emojis to react to messages. If youve been using the Windows 10 May 2019 Update, you may also have noticed that the emoji panel has been updated and is now more easily accessible with the Windows key + ; keyboard shortcut. Since the launch of Windows 10, Microsoft has been following emoji updates from the Unicode Consortium pretty closely, and...

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