In a (failed) quest to take away a years-old customized keyboard shortcut from my MacBook Professional, I inadvertently discovered a helpful choice within the keyboard settings that makes accessing emojis on desktop a lot simpler.
Open your system preferences, click on “keyboard,” then examine the field that claims “show keyboard and emoji viewers in menu bar.” This can immediately create an icon within the toolbar on the high of your display screen that may allow you to entry emojis at any time. To insert them right into a textual content area, double click on the emoji you need.
After all, you’ve at all times been in a position to entry emojis on Mac through the use of the keyboard shortcut “control + command + space bar,” however having a separate window I can open up with a clickable shortcut is a pleasant choice; I personally discover the pop-up that seems whenever you use the keyboard shortcut to be a bit janky. And bear in mind, if you wish to manage the best way your toolbar shortcuts are laid out, maintain down “command” when you click on and drag to rearrange them nonetheless you want.