How To Add Emoticons/Smilies In Gmail
Who doesn’t know about Gmail? Everyone knows about it! That’s because it is the best webmail. It has loads of features. Almost everything, but recently I found out that it does lack of one thing. And that is emoticons. Yes, Gmail doesn’t have emoticons to be used while composing mails.
But no worries readers. I have found a Greasemonkey script that allows you to use emoticons in your mails. It’s been a while since I last posted about a nice Greasemoneky script. So, here I’m with a very cool script that I’m sure all Gmail users would love to use.
Where To Get It?
Now all you have to do is download this Gmail Emoticons Script. Make sure Greasemonkey is installed and enabled before downloading the script. Then restart your Firefox to complete the installation. After restarting, open your Gmail compose mail and see the Emoticons option.
How To Use It
To use these emoticons, while composing a mail, click the Emoticons button beside the Check Spelling link. A pop-up window will open with the emoticons. To use them, drag and drop the emoticon in the composing pane. Remember, don’t drop them at any other place except the composing pane, or it will mess everything. I hope you get it! :)
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