- The emoji set in Google Chat is being updated to the latest version.
- The feature is gradually expanding to Android devices.
- The emoji set is available to Google Workspace customers.
Google Chat updates the current emoji set to the latest model. Updated emoji’s are designed to enhance the diversity and inclusion factor of communicating through expressions.
On August 2, the update to Android devices gradually began to launch. Google Chat update for the web and iOS will be available in the coming weeks. Google announced the launch of the custom SoC and Tensor, which will power the upcoming Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphones.
The emoji set in Google Chat is being updated to version 13.1 of Emoji. Google said in a workspace update blog that adding a gender-neutral option for gender-neutral emoji’s comes with a set that focuses on diversity and inclusion. Each emoji can save emoji skin tone and gender preferences for reference.
This feature has been running smoothly for Android since August 2, and it may take up to 15 days for this feature to reach all devices. Emoji units can be traced back to Google workspace possibilities and G Suite based business possibilities. This functionality will be available in Google Chat online and on iOS in the coming weeks.
Today, August 3rd, Google unveiled the Tensor. The Tensor will power the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphones, although future Pixel 5A fashions will run on Qualcomm processors. Tensor’s launch is a transformation from Qualcomm’s knowledge that has supported the search for major Android gadgets for over 15 years.
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