Can I put emojis in the subject line of my emails?

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Tyler Scott, Employee

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Hey there! You can definitely place emoji’s in your subject line and it would be a matter of pasting those into your subject line in Emma since it is not an option on the review and send page to select/insert emoji’s. One thing to keep in mind is emoji may not render properly in all email clients or on computers which do not have emoji loaded as a language. As with any email campaign, I’d suggest sending yourself multiple tests just to see how those emoji display in your inbox.

Hopefully this info helps, but please let me know if I can assist further.
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Katie Lewis, Official Rep

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Hello! We did some testing of emojis in different email clients, and I want to share this page of our Resource Center with you, in case you'd like to take a look. :)
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d50 Media

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Hi ya! reviving an old thread.... wondering if anyone can track down an American Flag emoji? I don't see any in the Facebook list referenced in the link that Katie posted.  This would be super helpful if possible!!
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murtaza bhori

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how do i use emoji in subject line . do i have to do add something in the HTML content as well.
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Emily Hollingsworth, Alum

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You should be able to simply copy and paste the emoji into the subject line! You can find more details here.
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Benton Cummings, Senior Manager, Customer Support

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Hi d50,

We don't have a collection of emoji's to offer here, but there are some great resources online that should help. A quick search found this one.

I'd definitely do some further searching if that one doesn't do the trick for you. Here are some good places to start:
http://getemoji.com/
http://emojipedia.org/

Thanks- hope this helps!