A list of emoji link shorteners?

A list of emoji link shorteners?

14.Sep.2021

So how do you create your own Emoji URLs? Here is a list of the current emoji link shorteners available.

Emoji URL Shortener Best For: What They Do

EmojiURL Twitter,Tumblr Used to shorten urls for Twitter, Tumblr and other services that may not support custom emojis yet. Has the widest variety of emojis, including emoticons.

EmotiShort Twitter A small set of special characters that look like smileys or emoticons instead of random unicode characters. Supports opening links in new window from keyboard if enabled from settings page. Not compatible with IE7 or lower. Does not appear to integrate into user profiles - this might be a limitation imposed by Twitter itself rather than EmotiShort.

EmojiURL Beta Twitter,Tumblr The beta version of the original emoji url shortener. Supports opening links in new window from keyboard if enabled from settings page. Not compatible with IE7 or lower. Does not appear to integrate into user profiles - this might be a limitation imposed by Twitter itself rather than EmojiURL/Emojilink Beta (not confirmed).

Smileys URL Shortener Best For: What They Do

Short-e Not currently functional Used to shorten urls for Facebook and other services that may not support custom emojis yet. Only has smileys available for now, but plans on adding emoticons too according to their website . Apparently it uses Unicode private though I can't seem to find the valid character set anywhere on their website .

EmojiURL Facebook, Tumblr, Flickr Used to shorten urls for Facebook and other services that may not support custom emojis yet. Has the widest variety of emojis, including emoticons. Supports opening links in new window from keyboard if enabled from settings page. Not compatible with IE7 or lower. Does not appear to integrate into user profiles - this might be a limitation imposed by certain services such as Facebook themselves (not confirmed).

Smileys URL Shortener Best For: What They Do

Short-e Not currently functional Supposedly supports shortening for Twitter but I could not get it working no matter what I tried. Only has smileys available at the moment, but plans on adding emoticons too according to their website . Apparently it uses Unicode private though I can't seem to find the valid character set anywhere on their website (supposedly & and other commonly used characters work).

Emoji URL Shortener Best For: What They Do

EmojiURL Facebook, Tumblr, Flickr Used to shorten urls for Facebook and other services that may not support custom emojis yet. Has the widest variety of emojis, including emoticons. Supports opening links in new window from keyboard if enabled from settings page. Not compatible with IE7 or lower. Does not appear to integrate into user profiles - this might be a limitation imposed by certain services such as Facebook themselves (not confirmed).

 

Short-e Not currently functional Supports shortening for Twitter and other services that may not support custom emojis yet. Has a fairly small set of smileys available, but plans on adding emoticons too according to their website . Apparently it uses Unicode private though I can't seem to find the valid character set anywhere on their website (supposedly & and other commonly used characters work).

You can also create your own emoji url in some services such as Tumblr by using unicode hexadecimal codes:

Emoji URL Shortener

What They Do

Smileys Only Supports shortening for Twitter and other services that may not support custom emojis yet. Has a fairly small set of smileys available, but plans on adding emoticons too according to their website . Apparently it uses Unicode private though I can't seem to find the valid character set anywhere on their website (supposedly & and other commonly used characters work). You can also create your own emoji url in some services such as Tumblr by using unicode hexadecimal codes: Unicode Hexadecimal Values Note: Emoticons are essentially just smilies, so these sites should work well for creating your own Emoji URLs if they do not already have what you're looking for.

Yemoji

What They Do

Yemoji Facebook, Tumblr, Flickr Not yet functional Supports shortening for all services that may not support custom emojis yet. Will include emoticons as well as emojis according to their website . Uses Unicode private so certain characters such as & might not work correctly (not confirmed). You can also create your own emoji url in some services such as Tumblr by using unicode hexadecimal codes: Unicode Hexadecimal Values Note: Emoticons are essentially just smilies, so these sites should work well for creating your own Emoji URLs if they do not already have what you're looking for.

UrL Shortener For Emoticons And Emoji

What They Do

eMztY Facebook Supports shortening for all services that may not support custom emojis yet. Lots of emoticons available, but no emojis currently. Uses unicode private so certain characters such as & might not work correctly (not confirmed). You can also create your own emoji url in some services such as Tumblr by using unicode hexadecimal codes: Unicode Hexadecimal Values Note: Emoticons are essentially just smilies, so these sites should work well for creating your own Emoji URLs if they do not already have what you're looking for.

Reggi My URL Shortener For Custom Emoticons And Symbols

What They Do

Short-e Twitter Not yet functional Supports shortening for Twitter and other services that may not support custom emojis yet. Currently has a fairly small set of smileys available, but plans on adding emoticons too according to their website . Uses Unicode private so certain characters such as & might not work correctly (not confirmed). You can also create your own emoji url in some services such as Tumblr by using unicode hexadecimal codes: Unicode Hexadecimal Values Note: Emoticons are essentially just smilies, so these sites should work well for creating your own Emoji URLs if they do not already have what you're looking for.

Emoji Codes For Url Shortener

What They Do

YuukiRyu Twitter Not currently functional Supports shortening for Twitter and other services that may not support custom emojis yet. Currently has a fairly small set of smileys available, but plans on adding emoticons too according to their website . Uses Unicode private so certain characters such as & might not work correctly (not confirmed). You can also create your own emoji url in some services such as Tumblr by using unicode hexadecimal codes: Unicode Hexadecimal Values Note: Emoticons are essentially just smilies, so these sites should work well for creating your own Emoji URLs if they do not already have what you're looking for.

Emoji URL Shortener

What They Do

eMztY Facebook Supports shortening for all services that may not

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