How to Get Emojis on Mac in 2024
How to Get Emojis on Mac in 2024

Emoji is the best option to express our feelings and emotions. People have started using emojis in their work context part from a fun conversation. You can use the emojis to visually express yourself while working on your Mac.

Today I am explaining to you how you can get Emojis on your Mac. You have to read this post till the end to know more about the complete guide to getting emojis on Mac using Menu Bar and Keyboard Shortcut.


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How to Get Emojis on Mac using Menu Bar

  1. You have to click on the Edit option and choose Emoji & Symbols from the lists from the top menu bar.
  2. After this, you will see a small window showing a heart emoji, smileys, and more.

You can use the icons at the bottom to browse through different categories like Animals & Nature, Food & Drink, Activity, Flags, and more. By default, you will only see an emojis option.

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Get Emojis on Mac using Keyboard Shortcut

You have to press the “Command + Control + Space” button to get emojis and symbols on a Mac. By using this keyboard shortcut, you will see a character Viewer on the screen instantly.

Get Emojis using Globe Key

Apple’s newer Macs allow you to add an emoji as you type or quickly replace text with emojis while you are typing. You have to press “Fn + E or Globe Key + E” to get smileys and emojis on your Mac. You can also replace a common text with an emoji. In case there are no emoji suggestions for the phrase or text you entered then you will see the Character Viewer.

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You can also customize the Fn or Globe key on your Mac to access the emoji keyword. Follow these simple steps to add emojis while typing.

  1. You have to go to the System Settings on your Mac and select keyboard from the left sidebar.
  2. Select the Show Emoji & Symbols option next to Press (globe key) in the drop-down menu.
  3. After this, When you press the Globe or Fn key, you will see a Symbols keyboard.

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