A new study shows that 32% of Gen Z members ended their relationship using an Emoji

A new study shows that 32% of Gen Z members ended their relationship using an Emoji ...

Is this the greatest of timelines, or is it more? A new Adobe research finds that 32% of Gen Z ended a relationship using an emoji. That's all we've got to say!

Beware that some of the most popular emojis may make you appear less appealing!

The most popular emojis in the United States are revealed in the 2022 Emoji Trend Report, which you'd probably guess if you happen to notice them. They're in everyone's daily rotation.

However, your favorite emojis might turn off some people when it comes to flirting.

The poop emoji, the angry emoji, and the eggplant emoji make you LESSlikable.

Is there any wonder why the eggplant is so popular? It's best to keep this one between friends rather than sending it to your crush.

Unlikely, few people will judge you for using emojis at work.

Adobe claims that emoji has an influence on likability (69 percent) and credibility (59 percent). Earlier, emoji was considered unprofessional, but that isn't the case anymore.

Use your heart to respond on Slack. Go ahead.

Everyone is sharing the Shaking Head Emoji for 2022, but what about 'Talking to the Person'?

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