Google Chrome gets a new Emoji Panel with the latest update

Google has rolled out a new update for its Chrome Browser. The latest update pushes the app to v68 and brings plenty of new changes. Among those new features is a new Emoji Panel.

Chrome’s Emoji panel works just like Windows 10 Emoji panel. However, Google’s emoji panel is available as an experiment right now and is expected to available publicly soon. Although, if you want to try it out right now then you can follow the steps below to enable it on version 68.

  • Type “chrome://flags/#enable-emoji-context-menu” in the address bar
  • Now click on the drop-down menu and select “Enable”
  • Once you do that, Google will give you a pop-up to relaunch Chrome so the Emoji panel can be enabled.

Once relaunched, Chrome will have an “Emoji” option in the context menu. To access it, right click on the screen and you will see the option to the top of the context menu. You can then start typing to get the emoji you want to add.

This is a pretty neat feature, especially for emoji lovers. The feature will rollout publicly soon. For now, follow the guide to enable the feature. However, do note that you shouldn’t change anything else apart from enabling the Emoji panel as it might break the browser.

Via: HT Novo

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