Thank You Emoji

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Psychologists consider gratitude to be one of the most useful and healthy human emotions. After all, nothing relieves nervous tension like a positive charge. Gratitude is expressed in different ways: a smile, a gesture, a look, a word. It would seem that it can be easier than to say at least a simple “thank you”. Minimal effort – and maximum benefit. But today we use less and less words and more and more emoji. So what are the best emoji to express gratitude and replace the classic Thank You? Let’s find out!

Folded Hands Emoji

๐Ÿ™ The “Folded Hands” emoticon was assigned the code U+1F64F, with which it was added to the People and Body section of the Unicode 6.0 standard in 2010.

Happy Smiling Emoji

๐Ÿ˜Š The “Happy Smiling” emoticon was assigned the code U+1F60A, with which it was added to theย  Faces and Emotions section of the Unicode 6.0 standard in 2010.

Smiley Emoji

โ˜บ๏ธ The “Smiley” emoticon was assigned the code U+263A U+FE0F, with which it was added to theย  Faces and Emotions section of the Unicode 1.1 standard in 1993.

๐Ÿ˜˜ The “Kiss” emoticon was assigned the code U+1F618, with which it was added to theย  Faces and Emotions section of the Unicode 6.0 standard in 2010.

Meaning of the Thank You Emoji

Gratitude is a feeling of appreciation for something or someone that creates lasting positive emotions. It allows us to recognize the good in our lives and see that sources of good are available to us.

By showing those around us that we appreciate them and what they have done, we can form new and stronger social bonds. We can successfully connect to these people and allow them to connect with us, increasing our understanding of each other. By forming these connections, we can expand and develop our level of social wellbeing, improving our emotional, physical and mental health.

What is the function of gratitude? First of all, it is a sign of attention and respect. If you respect a person and are grateful to him or her, don’t forget to tell him or her about it. Because gratitude is also a positive reinforcement or reward for what you have done. When you are thanked – you want to do something, to do a lot and with joy, because, in fact, it is very pleasant – to receive gratitude. It is important to talk about what you are grateful for, because it focuses attention on what was really important and meaningful for you.

The Use of the Thank You Emoji

So, giving thanks can be for many different things and in many different ways. Whether it’s a personal thank you to a friend or loved one, or a more formal “Thank you” to a colleague. Below we will tell you in more detail about which emoji is more suitable in which situation.

Thank You Emojis

๐Ÿ™ man folded hands – this unique emoji can have many definitions – it is a prayer, a request, a plea, a plea, a “please” and, among others, a “thank you”. Use it to express very strong and sincere gratitude.

๐Ÿ˜Š and โ˜บ๏ธ smiling emoticon – can also be found in comments of social network groups and in private messages as an encrypted note “Ok i’m happy with it thanks”. In fact, any smiling emoticon can work here, as there are more than enough of them in the standard Unicode set.

๐Ÿ˜˜ kiss sign – this emoticon can also symbolize a sign of gratitude to the correspondent. However, use it only in correspondence with your loved ones, because you may be misunderstood.

In addition, you can also use other emoticons like ๐Ÿ‘ thumbs up – this symbol remains popular and means “Alright thanks, sounds good”. Also the emoticon๐Ÿ‘Œ “OK” is quite suitable for describing gratitude, in the context of “Ok thanks!”

Conclusion

How can we say thank you? We can thank with words, it is important, necessary and pleasant. It is not a secret for anyone such words as “thank you”, “I appreciate”, or “Iโ€™m grateful “. But sometimes we want to strengthen this emotion, or just replace the word with a beautiful picture. In this situation emoji come to the rescue, and today we have chosen for you a few emoticons, the most suitable for words of gratitude.

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