Here is a free Twitter emoji panel for system tray to quickly copy emoji. This emoji panel software is open source and known as “TwemojiTray“. Emojis are present in different sections, like People, Nature, Activities, Travel, Food, Flags, Symbols, and Objects in that emoji panel. You just need to scroll down the emoji panel and find a particular emoji. A search box is also available which makes it easier to find an emoji. Simply type keywords like angry, smile, heart, etc., and emoji related to that particular keyword are provided in the results. After that, you can copy an emoji with just one click.
Windows 10 comes with a built-in emoji panel that you can access using “Windows logo key + .” or “Windows logo key + ;” hotkey. But the thing is that emoji panel doesn’t let you copy emoji to the clipboard; it works for the active window only. This software on the other hand lets you copy emoji directly to clipboard. Once you get the emoji, you can use it in some text editor or any other programs which support emoji.
In the screenshot above, you can see Twitter emoji panel provided by this software. The panel is not exactly like Twitter emoji panel and there are no color variations for emoji but the main emoji are same as available on Twitter.
Using This Free Twitter Emoji Panel for System Tray to Quickly Copy Emoji:
Grab its zip file and extract it. The zip file can be downloaded using the link given at the end of this review. That zip file contains “emojitoolbar.exe” file. Double click that file and the emoji panel will start running in the system tray. You can see its icon in the system tray.
Clicking its icon opens the emoji panel where you can see Twitter emojis. You can scroll down the panel to find different categories and copy any emoji to clipboard using the left mouse button.
The good thing is you can also search for an emoji and hover mouse cursor over an emoji to see its name or meaning of emoji.
Those who use Twitter emoji regularly and looking for some easier way to access and copy Twitter emoji to clipboard, this software is a nice option to try. It could have been even better if hotkey support is provided to open and close the emoji panel. Still, it’s also good that we can access Twitter emoji panel from Windows system tray.