There are times when the built-in emojis are simply insufficient, and you can’t even locate the ideal GIF to express your emotions. Due to the capability for custom emojis in Discord, you don’t need to worry about any of this. To make interactions more enjoyable, Discord lets you upload and use your own unique emoticons on servers. This post will teach you how to make and add personalised emoticons to your Discord server if you’re wanting to brighten up your server.
How to fix Outlook Email View back to normal?
- First of all open Outlook and then click on the View tab.
- After that click the drop-down arrow that you can find next to the Message Preview button.
- Next, you need to disable the first line in the message, so click Off in the Message Preview. Here you can also select 2 Lines which will display two lines of message text or accordingly more.
- If you wish, you can also change the Subject Text Color. After that click on the View tab and then click on View Settings .
- Click on the Conditional Formatting option and then tick mark the Unread Messages check box and click on the Font button.
- After that click Color and select Black to revert back Outlook to resemble to the earlier versions.
- Now go to Reduce Subject Text Size and then click View and then View Settings .
- Here also choose the Conditional Formatting button to open it.
- Now, you need to click the Add button to open the New Rule dialog box.
- In the same dialog box, type a name for the new rule and then click on Font .
- Now click on the Smaller option in the Font and leave the Condition field empty.
- Tick mark the check box in front of the name of the rule that you have just made, click Ok. You will come across a warning message. Just click Yes to continue.
- Click once again OK to close the Conditional Formatting dialog box.
- This way the Outlook email view will revert back to default.
Custom emojis are frequently used on Discord servers, but if you have a Discord Nitro subscription, you may also use them in direct messages. Now that we have that out of the way, here is all you need to know about Discord’s support for custom emojis.