With World Emoji Day 2022 only 5️⃣ days away, we here at Emojipedia are rolling out a new, globally-focused feature for our site: support for five new languages. As of today, users can experience Emojipedia in Spanish, French, Portuguese, German, and Italian.
This means that our users can now navigate and search through the Emojipedia archives in these five languages.
- Visit the Spanish Emojipedia
- Visit the French Emojipedia
- Visit the Portuguese Emojipedia
- Visit the German Emojipedia
- Visit the Italian Emojipedia
🌐 How to change language
Across the entire site, our users can change their current language via the bottom of our left-hand sticky menu bar on desktop, or the bottom of the burger menu option on mobile devices.
Clicking on the circular icon with a two-letter language code on desktop devices will open a pop-up window where users can change the language they are browsing Emojipedia in.
Additionally, our search results page now features a prominent "🌐 Search in another language" option, which also opens the same language selection pop-up window as the menu bar.
See a translation that you believe needs tweaking? Email us via firstname.lastname@example.org. 📧
While much of editorial content has yet to be translated, search and navigation are fully functional in these five languages, and we hope to begin updating our editorial content as we reach the later parts of 2022 and into 2023. ✍️🔀🌐
Also, these five new languages are just the beginning - we'll be rolling out support for additional languages in the very near future. 🔜🌎🌍🌏
We hope to support all of the world's major languages as we enter 2023, and truly be able to celebrate World Emoji Day 2023 on an ever grander global scale next year. 🥳📆