Google is constantly rolling out updates to its app and service to give its users a lag free experience and quality services. In recent events, Google has recently made it easy for their customers to use emoji on desktops. We all have seen that the desktop operating systems today have a way to bring up a special emoji/symbols which are usually hidden behind a key combination, however, it's not very accessible for the average user. As per some reports from the web,
Google has not yet rolled out the feature for regular users; it is availabthe developers are working on making it easier for a user to reach out for the Emoji picker by simply adding a shortcut to the menu that appears when a user right clicks on any text field on the web.le only for the developers at the moment as the feature still needs to be tested thoroughly before rolling out the update for users. However, there is no information as of now as to when the feature would be officially released for the users.
This feature is currently available only in the developer-focussed and often unstable Chrome Canary channel (right now version 67.0.3389.0 for Mac). In order to use the same, users can head to chrome://flags and search emoji or by entering the link below and then enabling: chrome://flags/#enable-emoji-context-menus. It would be interesting though to use the Emoji shortcut on Google Chrome. We would keep you updated with the further reports related to the Google's Emoji support and other new services, so stay tuned with us.
Also, in one of our recent articles related to Google, we covered that Google's art and Culture app get a new update following which the app allows a user to explore the work done by one of the famous arts personality Claude Monet. The new update will also allow a user to follow the steps of Claude Monet by making use of the data which is gathered from Monet's biography and artworks. Read the complete story here.