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The computer operating system macOS 10.14 Mojave from Apple brings some practical innovations, such as the file stacks on the desk, the dark mode and new quick look features. Another improvement will be the use of emoji images, smileys and symbols in Mail. Do you have to use the menu (Edit -> Emoji & symbols) go, memorize a shortcut or the Rocket App From autumn 2018, a click in the toolbar near the font selection and other formatting aids will be sufficient. I just wanted to give you that in this short message for your information: D
If you want to test the new function, you can sign up for a developer beta from iOS 12 and TvOS 12 also a pre-release version of macOS Mojave download from Apple. However, the installation of the new Mac operating system not only brings with it the new options and functions such as the simplified emoji selection, but possibly also bugs and not yet recognized / eliminated errors or weaknesses. If you want to avoid this, you should wait for the official release in autumn 2018. It will probably after that September event give the appropriate update.
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According to one Post With iMore, the “Emoji Picker” for selecting the right picture in your email is displayed in the compose or reply window at the top right. It should be positioned between the font selection and the insert image button:
I'm curious to see whether the emoji picker will also find its way into other programs, which would be very practical. In the Whatsapp desktop and in the macOS Messages app there is a small smiley that you can use to quickly access the emoji selection. In Apple Mail, you will unfortunately still look in vain for this under High Sierra.
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