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How to search for a specific emoji on iPhone

Most of us have a laid back attitude when it comes to painting a picture about ourselves, but until recently it was difficult to find the right one. Fortunately, after the release of iOS 14, you can browse emoji directly on the Emoji keyboard in any iPhone application. See below exactly how you can do it.

First, open the application in which you want to type an emoji. Tap on any text input area and when the on-screen keyboard appears, press the emoji button.

iPhone emoji

(If you do not see the emoji button on the keyboard screen, this means that the emoji keyboard has been turned off in Settings. To reset it, go to Settings> General> Keyboard> Keyboards. Click "Add New Keyboard". Select "Emoji".)

When the emoji keyboard appears, click on the "Search Emoji" text input area. If you do not see the "Search Emoji" area, you must first update your iPhone to iOS 14.

Enter a word that describes the emojis you are looking for and you will see the possible matches appear horizontally in an area just below the box search. And you can search by category. For example, typing "fire" will display flame emojis, a projectile, a fire truck and more.

If you type a word with a large number of possible matches (such as "animal"), you can move it by swiping your finger left or right along the score bar. search. As you swipe, more emoji will appear.

When you find the emoji you want to use, tap it and it will be inserted into the application you are using.

This technique only works on iPhone, but the emoji search bar may be coming soon to iPad in the future information. For now, if you want to search for emoji on your iPad, you need to use the older "predictive text" technique.

We hope you found the above article useful otherwise stay tuned to SecNews for even more tech tips.


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