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    Brandon O'Berry

    Sorry to hear that this is posing as an issue for you, Micke. Over time, SwiftKey should start to 're-remember' that you want emoji for/after a particular word. If this doesn't work out after a while, you could try setting a Shortcut for the emoji under Settings > Typing > Clipboard. This will guarantee that SwiftKey is able to predict 💙 when you type "blue".

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    Permanently Deleted User

    I always wondered if Swiftkey had an option to view  the deleted words.

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    Tibor Őszi

    I also accidently deleted an emoji prediction, but it seems to be no way of undoing that deletion. I even deleted my whole personalized data, and my dictionaries - turns out those functions don't do anything. I signed out and signed in, restarted my phone to see if it takes effect after those actions but no. I couldn't remove my personalized data (this is very concerning data handling issue tbh..). So I ended up deleting my whole account just because of this, and then re-creating it.

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