Liven up your presentations using the Twemojis add-on for Zoho Show

Liven up your presentations using the Twemojis add-on for Zoho Show

Hi All! 

In today's digital age, emojis are a common mode of nonverbal communication. For this reason, Twitter offers emojis in multiple different categories, including Activity, Objects, and Symbols.
In order to help you connect emotionally with your audience, Show offers an integration with Twemoji. This add-on makes it easy to find and use Twemojis to add feeling or emphasis to your points.  Let's say you are pitching an idea for the next quarter to your team. In such cases, you can include a Happy Face or Smiling Face with Smiling Eyes whenever you are mentioning projected outcomes to emphasize the exciting possibilities to your team members.
You can also include facial expressions in your presentation to help connect with clients and build rapport. For example, you can include a Worried Face when quoting customer pain points and a Happy Face while identifying the solutions. This way, you can sympathize with your customers, helping to build trust in your brand. This is also a great way to help convey messages to clients who aren't fluent in your language.    

Here's our step-by-step guide to help you install Twemoji for Zoho Show. Using Twemoji under Add-Ons in the top bar, you can access nearly 3000+ standard unicode shapes for free.   

You can pick a Twemoji from eight different categories, including Smileys & Emotions, People & Body, and Food & Drink and use it as a substitute for a word in the slide deck. For example, when asking for feedback about the session from your audience, use a Happy Face, Neutral Face, and an Unamused Face to encourage them to interact.
Note: You can customize the Skin Tone for Twemojis under the People & Body category.
You can further use Twemojis as design elements in your slides. For example, if your presentation deals with a topic in the Hospitality sector, pick a visual from Travel & Places.
Additionally, Show lets you interact with your collaborators using Twemojis in the chat pane. You can include these shapes after the punctuation in a sentence or form complete phrases using these colorful visuals, making your conversation more interesting and lively.    
We hope you find this update useful!
There are still more exciting updates coming up in Show, so follow our Show Community to get the latest updates.
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