Emoji Speaker How To Use

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Far away from our beloved smiley faces, hearts and various anthropomorphic cats are those other emoji โ€” hidden away in the obscure pages of useless keyboards. Neither their meaning nor purpose is clear at first glance, and their lack of utility relegates them to a life of Unicode loneliness in your iPhone or Android.

With dozens of emoji, it makes sense that a few will prosper while others wither away in anonymity. These lonely emoji rarely see the light of day, and with the help of Emojitracker, we can see exactly how underutilized they are.

See also: 10 Emoji Meanings That Might Surprise You

While it's difficult to find data on the frequency of emoji use in texts, Emojitracker has been logging every use of emoji in a geo-tagged tweet since July 2013. It's sifted through nearly 5 billion tweets since then.

Let's see which emoji are among the least popular, and how you can use them. For comparison, the most popular emoji is a white playing card with a red heart, which has been used in more than 395 million tweets.

1. Left luggage

Uses as of this writing: 5,973

This emoji is supposed to symbolize an area where you can pick up luggage you left behind at an airport or hotel. Since it has such a specific meaning with little visual flexibility, it's easy to see why it's only been used about 6,000 times.

The exact meaning isn't applicable to an average day, but if you break it out of the context of travel, you can use it remind a flaky friend that he left his stuff at your house. Or, if you're the forgetful one, you send it to a friend to remind them that she still has a bunch of your stuff.

You can also use the icon to portray security of an item or something more abstract. If you're keeping an important object safe for a friend, or want to convince him that his secret is safe with you, throw this icon in a message.

2.Vibration mode

Uses as of this writing: 40,586

This emoji is supposed to symbolize your phone's vibration mode. But it's hard to glean that from its appearance alone.

I was scrolling quickly and thought this emoji was a diagram of a uterus

โ€” Beth Goodin (@BethGoodin) August 8, 2014

It means sext me โ€œ@YoungKemba25: May I ask what this emoji is?โ€

โ€” THE QUEEN (@_julieg__) July 21, 2014

As suggested above, you can use the emoji to heat things up with the apple of your...smartphone. For the tamer among us, you can also use it to tell people you love your new phone, or are sending your love through text.

3. 'CL'

Uses as of this writing: 24,978

This emoji includes only the letters 'CL' in a box, which is supposed to represent a 'clear' button on a device with a keypad. If you're not giving someone tech support, this emoji doesn't do much for you.

However, you can adapt it to mean 'closed,' adding a little flare to canceled or ruined plans.

See also: Seinfeld Emoji Are Real, and They're Spectacular

4. Outbox tray

Uses as of this writing: 31,603

Unlike many of its lonely counterparts, the email outbox emoji is intuitive, if not universally recognizable. It's also adaptable to various situations, and a useful stand-in for verbs and nouns alike. If someone asks you about an email you were supposed to send to him, fire back the outbox icon to let him know you just sent it.

Or, if someone asks you how your day is going, and all you've been doing is sending emails, send a series of alternating inbox/outbox icons. It gets the point across and incorporates the underutilized emoji.

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5. Slot machine

Uses as of this writing: 63,540

This is another emoji that's easy to figure out but difficult to use. It works well for a trip to Las Vegas or Atlantic City, but you don't have much use for it otherwise.

So, if you can't use it as a verb, use it as an adjective. The slot machine emoji can be used whenever you get lucky, whether it's finding a $20 bill on the sidewalk, winning a contest or, heck, actually 'getting lucky.'

6. Clock face emoji

Uses as of this writing: 22,993

The clock emoji are rarely used, likely because it's easier to write out a time than show it on a tiny analog clock. Instead of forcing your friends to strain their eyes when you want to get coffee, you can use the clock emoji to indicate the passing of time.

7. Falling line graph

Uses as of this writing: 45,119

If emoji were widely available during the recession, this graph would probably get more use than it does now. Now, you can use it for your own personal misfortune, whether it's actual financial ruin or something else in your life that took downward turn.

In the year of explaining everything in charts and graphs, it only seems right to explain your misery with a chart of your own.

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I've made a living as a LinkedIn profile writer since 2009 โ€“ I was actually one of the first to offer these services. Things have changed a lot over the last decade-plus. In particular, LinkedIn has become increasingly visual, and itโ€™s become harder and harder to cut through the noise. If you want your profile to capture attention and your short-form posts to stand out, youโ€™ll need to do something some people still arenโ€™t โ€“ use emojis.

You heard right. Emojis are a powerful tool on LinkedIn. They make your headline more visually memorable and help you appear more friendly and approachable.

Adding emojis to your LinkedIn profile and content is as easy as copying and pasting. Itโ€™s even easier if you favourite or bookmark this article on your browser so you can easily access the full spectrum of available emojis:

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๐Ÿ‘† ๐Ÿ‘‡ ๐Ÿ‘ˆ ๐Ÿ‘‰ ๐Ÿ‘Š ๐Ÿ‘‹ ๐Ÿ‘Œ ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐ŸพโœŠ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿค๐Ÿคœ ๐Ÿค› ๐Ÿ‘Š ๐Ÿ’ช๐ŸŽฒ๐ŸŽ—โ™ซ

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๐Ÿ”—๐Ÿ”‘๐Ÿค โš  ๐Ÿ“Œ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿฆ˜๐Ÿ๐Ÿฆ๐Ÿป๐Ÿ’ ๐Ÿฆ‰๐Ÿ˜พ ๐Ÿ“๐ŸŸ๐Ÿฆ…๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ• ๐Ÿฆ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿน๐Ÿ—ก๏ธ๐Ÿ›ก๏ธ๐ŸŽผ ๐ŸŽน

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When it comes time to compose your short-form post or refresh your profile, open this article in a new tab. Then copy and paste from there. This will save you from endlessly searching through the emojis in the messaging function.

Thatโ€™s how you add emojis to your LinkedIn content. Now, the why. Hereโ€™s what weโ€™ll discuss:

The science behind the emoji

How to use emojis on LinkedIn, including in your:

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  • Headline
  • About
  • Experience
  • Short-form posts

Letโ€™s get started.

The science behind the emoji

Humans mimic each other. You might not be aware of it, but thatโ€™s what we do. In person, we mirror each otherโ€™s expressions and emotions. It helps us connect more deeply, show empathy, and build genuine relationships.

Online, we canโ€™t do this. Text-based communication makes it difficult to gauge the emotion behind the sentiment. And, that leads to miscommunication and misunderstanding. Ever tried to capture irony online? It often gets lost in translation.

Thatโ€™s where emojis come in.

According to scientists, when we look at a smiley emoji online, the parts of our brain that activate when we look at a real human smile light up. Our mood shifts, and we even adjust our own facial expressions to better match the emoji.

Emojis arenโ€™t all about conveying emotion, either. The bright colours and bold shapes stand out among text and ensure content actually gets read by LinkedIn users.

How to use emojis on LinkedIn

The golden rule when it comes to using emojis on LinkedIn is this: Be refined in your approach. Too much of a good thing can distract from whatever it is youโ€™re trying to communicate.

Also, you donโ€™t have to worry too much anymore about emojis and symbols showing up as squares. As more and more of us use modern phones and devices, emojis tend to appear as intended.

Here are my top tips for using emojis across LinkedIn.

Add emojis or symbols to your LinkedIn headline

Your headline is what feeds the LinkedIn ranking that decides your position when anyone uses the search filters. Aside from your name and picture, itโ€™s the only part of your profile that users will see in search results.

Whatโ€™s more, every time you comment on a post, itโ€™s your headline that people look at and remember. It should pique their interest enough to make them want to click through and read through the rest of your profile.

Headlines are now 220 characters long. So just a few emojis or symbols used to separate short, keyword-rich sentences are all your need. Hereโ€™s mine:

The emojis increase legibility and add character.

Add emojis to your LinkedIn About section

To be honest, big blocks of text can put readers to sleep. They lose interest. But a strategically positioned emoji can wake up a reader and highlight your personality. Try positioning an emoji about two-thirds the way down your About section.

I also like using emojis to draw attention to those all-important contact details. You certainly donโ€™t want to miss out on a sale because a potential client canโ€™t find your email or phone number.

Windows how to use emojis

Here is an example:

Add emojis to your LinkedIn experience

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And:

Add emojis to your LinkedIn posts

How many posts do you scroll past on LinkedIn every day without reading? Hundreds? More?

Emojis are a crucial element in short-form posts because they add nuance to the text โ€“ they create emotion and show intention. They also provide a pop of colour.

Remember, your words are competing for attention against a background of images, videos, and gifs. They need that extra something to stand out and get read.

Here are some examples of how you can use emojis in LinkedIn posts:

Bonus tip: Fancy text generator

As well as using emojis on LinkedIn, you can use fancy text to add visual interest to your content. I use this site: https://lingojam.com/FancyTextGenerator.

Keep in mind though that fancy text does not show up when converting your profile to PDF.

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Now, itโ€™s your turn

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Check out my profile and follow my posts to see how I am using emojis. Go ahead and add some emojis to your profile, too. Then, share a link in the comments below for everyone to see. Have fun with it!