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Windows 11 recently received support for new emojis that are in line with Microsoft’s fluid design language. As part of the emoji update, Microsoft replaced the clip emoji with Microsoft Office Clippy and enabled support for Emoji 13.1 with the November 11, 2021 Windows Update.
You can try out the shiny new emojis in Windows 11 with the Windows key + period (dot) keyboard shortcut. These new emoji have a modern look and feel to match the look and feel of Windows 11, and it’s also nice to see a new feature to customize the color of the emoji to your liking.
You may remember that Microsoft promised 3D emojis for Windows 11 in 2021, and a sizable number of people were excited. However, Microsoft failed to deliver the promised 3D-style Fluent Design emoji, and Windows 11 users can currently try simple 2D emojis.
Microsoft officials clarified that 3D emojis were never supposed to ship on Windows and their social media team posted “bad graphics.” Microsoft apologized for the error, but it seems that the possibility of 3D emojis cannot be ruled out.
This comes from Microsoft’s Nando Costa, who suggested that there will indeed be a Windows 11 update with support for 3D emojis. In a blog post on LinkedIn, the Microsoft official explained that the emoji work is not done yet and that Microsoft plans to create new designs every year based on new Unicode releases.
Microsoft will also explore its own unique concepts. Additionally, Microsoft’s Nando Costa tweeted to clarify that the 3D emojis that were originally teased last year could still be coming to Windows 11.
“Thank you and okay! We are working on that,” Costa said. saying in a reply to a user who wanted to see 3D emojis in Windows 11.