emojify is an Emacs package that adds emoji support to any Emacs buffer.
M-x emojify-mode will turn on emoji support for the current buffer. It
does not alter the contents of the buffer, only how it's displayed. This makes
it safer to use, but it does have some weird side-effects when aligning text in
certain buffers (like
There is also no support for html export, although there's a GitHub issue open with some workarounds.
Any required images will be downloaded the first time running
and a full list of supported emojis can be viewed with
emojify-list-emojis. There are over 5,000 so it can take a while to display.
global-emojify-mode can be used enable the mode everywhere:
;; Enable everywhere via an init hook. (add-hook 'after-init-hook #'global-emojify-mode) ;; Or with use-package. (use-package emojify :init (global-emojify-mode))
I prefer to enable
emojify on a per-project basis, so I use
to enable it for org and markdown buffers:
((org-mode . ((mode . emojify))) (markdown-mode . ((mode . emojify))))
Yet another reason to ❤️ Emacs.