Emoji Autocomplete Gutenberg

Description

Just type : to get a popup of all available emojis (1719 different emojis!) and easily insert them in multiple Blocks.

Find emojis by their name and keywords really fast. See here for a full list of available emojis. Supported blocks are:

  • Paragraph
  • Heading
  • List
  • Quote
  • Verse
  • Media & Text
  • Cover

Frequently Asked Questions ❓

What is Gutenberg

To get the full experience of the next-generation WordPress block editor, you’ll need a Gutenberg-ready WordPress theme then install the Gutenberg WordPress plugin or simply update your site to WordPress 5.0. That’s it! 💥

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Screenshots

  • Emoji Editor Backend

Installation

  1. Go to the Plugins Menu in WordPress.
  2. Search for “Emoji Autocomplete”.
  3. Click “Install”.
  4. Activate the Emoji Autocomplete Gutenberg Plugin in your Plugins Menu.

Reviews

August 13, 2019
A lot of clients want to spruce up their posts with Emojis and this plugin makes it super simple. For anyone familiar with Slack, the : format is helpful to get more playfulness into your posts!
November 14, 2019
English: Namaste wp friend. thanks for making this plugin. this is really awesome. emoji is the revolution in the graphics industry. I am looking for such a plugin where I can use emoji in WordPress. Today I found this. really, great. keep rocking. God bless you. Germany: Namaste wp Freund. Danke, dass du dieses Plugin erstellt hast. Das ist wirklich großartig. emoji ist die revolution in der grafischen industrie. Ich suche ein solches Plugin, mit dem ich Emoji in WordPress verwenden kann. Heute habe ich das gefunden. echt super. Weiter rocken. Gott schütze dich.
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Contributors & Developers

“Emoji Autocomplete Gutenberg” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

1.1.0

  • Add emojis name to keywords – make it easier to find the emoji you are looking for

1.0.1

  • Remove Console logs from frontend

1.0.0

  • First Version