Microsoft has added 3D Fluent emojis to its Work-focused video messaging application Teams.
The app is changing more than 1800 existing emojis available on Teams.
This follows Microsoft made public 3D Emojis compatible with both Teams and Windows in 2000.
The new emojis are accessible for public preview in Teams across all platforms.
Microsoft announced the launch of a 3D Fluent emojis update for Teams through an official blog announcement on its forum for community members.
Microsoft said that the updated 1800 Emojis “bring the modern and delightful, new and improved design to the popular emojis that we are using every day.”
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You can see the brand new 3D Emojis in Microsoft Teams in the screenshot below.
“Users will get a brand new version of many of the old Teams Emojis, as well as some new ones! Emojis with skin tone options will remain with 6 skin tones,” wrote Kaushal Mehta, who is a member of Microsoft Teams’ engineering team. Microsoft Teams engineering team.
The 3D Fluent Emojis will be accessible in chats, channels, and video conferences.
Users will also respond in media, discussions, and video conferences using brand new emojis.
A few of them will feature distinct animations, too.
To access the new emojis, go to the Settings menu in the Teams application to activate “Public Preview” within the “About” Section.
However, it’s worth noting that IT administrators are required to enable the preview feature to allow users to access 3D emoticons.
When enabled, they’ll be accessible in Teams on iOS, Android, Windows, macOS, Linux, and web browsers that are supported.
To remind you, Microsoft announced the 3D Fluent Emojis for Windows and Teams in 2000.
Although the company has previously declared that the latest version of its Windows 11 OS will not have the 3D Emojis, it’s rumored that it will be able to get it.
It also introduced the famous “Clippy” symbol with a 3D-like design as part of the new collection of emojis, which follows Microsoft’s Fluent Design.
Please let us know what you think of the 3D emoticons if you are using the emojis for Microsoft Teams in the comments below.