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How to Use Emojis on a Chromebook

Over the last few years, Google has done a tremendous job improving Chrome OS and bringing much-needed desktop-class functionality. Chromebooks come with a Clipboard History feature that helps to paste multiple copied. Apart from that there is a built-in tool Take a screenshot on a Chromebook.

Like Windows and Mac, Chrome OS comes with emoji support. In fact, the emoji keyboard on the Chromebook has been improved by a mile and now supports kaomoji, currencies, symbols and more. Therefore, in this guide, we will explain how to find emojis and use them on Chromebook.

Using Emoji on Chromebook 2023

We’ve included three ways to use emoji on a Chromebook, including an easy way for Chrome OS devices with a touchscreen. That said, let’s dive in!

Type Emoji on Chromebook Using Keyboard Shortcuts

The best and easiest way to use emoji on a Chromebook is to use a Chrome OS keyboard shortcuts. Here’s how it works:

1. On Chrome OS 92 or later, “Search (or Launcher Key) + Shift + Space” Shortcut to open the emoji keyboard on your Chromebook.

2. This emoji popup Where you’ll find all the smileys and emoticons you can use on your Chromebook.

3. Even search and find emojis quickly Your choice

4. Also emoji popup comes with support for symbols, flags and kaomoji on Chromebooks.

Using Emoji on Chromebook Using Trackpad

1. Besides the keyboard shortcut, you can also: Right click your Chromebook to open the context menu in any text field. Next, you must select emoji“.

2. This open emoji keyboard It lets you easily select or search for an emoji on your Chromebook.

How to Use Emoji on a Touchscreen Chromebook

Users with a touchscreen Chromebook who like to use their device like a tablet have a more familiar way to access emojis. Let’s see what happened:

1. Just like on their smartphones, users are on Chromebooks with touchscreens “emoji” icon on the keyboard.

2. What is this keyboard emoji It looks like a Chromebook with a touchscreen.

3. If you want an on-screen keyboard in laptop mode, press “Settings” (gear) icon from the Quick Settings menu.

4. In Setting app search for “on-screen keyboard”, open it.

5. Toggle to enable Screen keyboard feature.

6. A keyboard icon It’s at the bottom right on the Chrome OS Shelf. Click the icon to open the on-screen keyboard and you can easily switch to the emoji keyboard.

Last Words

These are three easy methods of typing emoji on a Chromebook. I like that Google not only adds emoji but also offers support for kaomoji, currencies, symbols, flags and more. Of course, it would be better if the Chrome OS keyboard had GIF integration like the Gboard app on Android. However, if you want Change the Google background on your Chromebook, we have a detailed guide linked here.

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