1. Facebook

    Facebook emojis appear for users of the Facebook website, Messenger for web, and Messenger for Android. Facebook apps for iOS and Android use native emojis for their respective platform instead of Facebook's own emoji images. As of March 2019, Facebook supports the Transgender Pride Flag emoji.

    Reactions

    Facebook provides animated “emoji” reactions to posts. Reactions do not correspond to specific emojis in the Unicode standard, but approximate these characters:

    • ?? Like — Thumbs Up
    • ?? Love — Beating Heart
    • ?? Haha — Laughing Face
    • ?? Yay — Smiling Face (discontinued)
    • ?? Wow — Surprised Face
    • ?? Sad — Crying Face, showing an animated tear
    • ?? Angry — Red / Angry / Pouting Face

    New Reactions for COVID-19 

    In March 2020, Facebook addedCare emoji reaction as an additional option in response to COVID-19. This is displayed similarly to a hugging face holding a red love heart.

    This Care emoji is not available as a standardized Unicode emoji, and can only be used in reactions to Facebook posts.

    Emoticons and Stickers

    Facebook has an emoticon implementation which uses Facebook-specific codes to show a color emoticon, as well as an extensible sticker collection.

    Facebook Emojis

    Emojis from Facebook 4.0 are displayed below.

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