Add Twemoji to chat apps, reactions, avatars, and anywhere you need a little extra feeling.
Twemoji is Twitter’s open-source emoji library with support for the latest Unicode emoji specification. With every release, Twitter keeps adding more and more emojis to the library to ensure the library is inclusive and diverse in terms of skin color, gender, and ability. The Twemoji library started out in 2014 with 872 emojis. The original purpose of Twemoji JS was to ensure emojis looked sharp when they were included in tweets. Now, Twemojis are used in all kinds of mobile and web apps and they look just as good on mobile as they do on the web.
What is Twemoji?
With 3,245 emojis, Twemoji is a great emoji library for any design project. The Twemoji library is free for anyone to use and also supports multiple formats, SVG and PNG. Since Twemoji is open source, any commercial or non-commercial designers or developers can embed Twemojis in their projects.
How to use the Twemoji component
To use the Twemoji component, search for Twemoji in the Insert Menu and then press Insert. The component will appear immediately on your canvas. Once the component is placed in your design on the canvas, you can begin choosing your Twemojis. The component comes with five preset emojis which are: flames, heart, laughing face, thumbs up, and thumbs down. If you want to use another emoji besides the presets, you can search for it in the field above. To search for an emoji you need to open the emoji keyboard on your computer. Opening the emoji keyboard can be done with the shortcut control + command + space for macOS and Windows logo key + .(period) for Windows. Once you select an emoji from the keyboard, press enter and the emoji will appear in the form of a Twemoji on your canvas.