How to Add an Emoji Viewer to Your Mac’s Menu Bar

Emoji viewer

Using emoji is easy on your phone, and it can be just as easy on your Mac. Add an emoji viewer to your Mac’s menu bar for easy access to emoji, symbols, and more with just a couple of clicks.

Macs support emoji just as well as iPhones and iPads do. You can open an emoji panel anywhere by pressing Control+Command+Space, but this larger emoji viewer makes your Mac’s complete catalog of emoji much more browsable.

Of all the different ways of inserting emoji, this one is the easiest. It puts emoji only two clicks away, and as a bonus, it puts other symbols at your fingertips, too. Whether you want to insert the © sign, the Ω symbol, or just a cheeky ?, you can do it all in a flash by following this guide.

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Adding an Emoji Viewer to Your Menu Bar

This option doesn’t appear on your Mac’s menu bar by default, but you only have to enable it once.

Click the Apple logo at the top of the screen, and then the “System Preferences” button.

Click the Apple logo. Click system preferences

Next, click the “Keyboard” preference pane.

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