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    Ryan P

    Hi Christine, 

    Can you tell me more about how things works with Google keyboard and more about this Disney app. I'm not familiar with it at all. 

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    Thank you for reaching out, Ryan!

    I am embarrassed to admit that while I was attempting to explain my issue, I actually found a way to switch keyboards when typing my messages so that I can access the Disney Emoji keyboard. That ability is what I was looking for originally - I was simply unaware of how easy it was to switch keyboards from within the Swiftkey keyboard.

    (A little more context: In the Disney Emoji Blitz game, you unlock Disney "emojis" as you play, which are stored to your phone under a specific Disney Emoji keyboard.)

    Thank you again for your seeking more information about my issue!

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    Ryan P

    Hi Christine,

    Of course! Glad it lead to a discovery and a solution. I'm still quite curious about Gboard though.

    You can access these Disney emoji form Gboard? 

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    So the Disney emojis have their own keyboard.



    When I want to use the Disney emoji keyboard from Gboard, I hit the globe icon

    It then opens up the Disney keyboard automatically.

    I believe it inserts the emoji as an image image instead of utilizing unicode.

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    I learned that I repeat that process within Swiftkey by hitting the keyboard icon

    Then selecting the Disney emoji keyboard

    Which then brings up the Disney emojis

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    Ryan P

    Ahh, yeah that makes sense. 

    Most "emoji" keyboard is really just stickers. Emoji as you said is Unicode. It's kinda trickery to call them emoji. 

    =]

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