Microsoft Emoji Go Open Source

This may seem irrelevant, but imagine if your whole sales team had custom emojis so customers knew who they were looking for when they came in after a text convo? All we have to work with is this: 🤠
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Microsoft Emoji Go Open Source

Microsoft will add more than 1,500 3D emojis to Figma and GitHub as free, open-source code. Creators will be allowed to create custom emojis using the code to encourage creativity and inclusivity in the medium.

The company says they spent a lot of time on inclusive designs in the original 1,500 emojis, but just one team knows a broader community will make the idea globally relevant in unique ways.

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