Users are not happy with the new Windows 11 emojis, and for good reason

Yesterday, Microsoft released Windows 11 build 22478 to Windows Insiders in the Dev channel. The headlining feature of the build was that it included brand-new emoji. Specifically, these new emojis had been revealed back in July, and they were said to be coming to all of Microsoft’s products, including Windows 11. As it turns out, the new emoji only kind of came to Windows 11, and users are not happy.
Here’s what happened: When Microsoft announced the new emoji back in July, it write a long blog post explaining everything that went into making them. One of the first things the company highlighted was that the new emojis were 3D instead of the flat 2D designs that the company has always used (the designs have been tweaked over time, but have always been 2D). If you’re anything like me, the prospect of these new, beautiful emojis was exciting, and it lined up perfectly with the new design language for Windows 11.
However, what we got with yesterday’s build was not what we saw back in …

Written By: João Carrasqueira

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