The Unicode Consortium is gearing up to approve the next batch of upcoming emoji. Here’s what you can expect to see later this year.
With World Emoji Day just around the corner, you may be curious as to which emojis will be added to Unicode 14.0 in September. While the list will be finalized in September, most platforms won’t begin rolling out support until late 2021 or early 2022.The unicode draft list provides a sneak peek into the current draft list, which contains dozens of new emojis. Many of the proposed emojis are simple hand gestures, such as “palm up hand,” “hand with index finger and thumb crossed,” and “index pointing at the viewer.”