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Node - emoji

Purpose

The emoji node is an inline node that represents an emoji.

There are three kinds of emoji:

  • Standard — Unicode emoji
  • Atlassian — Non-standard emoji introduced by Atlassian
  • Site — Non-standard customer defined emoji

Type

emoji is an inline node.

Examples

Unicode emoji

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{
  "type": "emoji",
  "attrs": {
    "shortName": ":grinning:",
    "text": "😀"
  }
}

Non-standard Atlassian emoji

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{
  "type": "emoji",
  "attrs": {
    "shortName": ":awthanks:",
    "id": "atlassian-awthanks",
    "text": ":awthanks:"
  }
}

Non-standard customer emoji

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{
  "type": "emoji",
  "attrs": {
    "shortName": ":thumbsup::skin-tone-2:",
    "id": "1f44d",
    "text": "👍🏽"
  }
}

Fields

NameRequiredTypeValue
typestring"emoji"
attrsobject
attrs.idstringEmoji service ID of the emoji
attrs.shortNamestring
attrs.textstring

Attributes

  • id is the Emoji service ID of the emoji. The value varies based on the kind, for example, standard emoji ID "1f3f3-1f308", Atlassian emoji ID "— "atlassian-<shortName>", and site emoji ID " "13d29267-ff9e-4892-a484-1a1eef3b5ca3". The value is not intended to have any user facing meaning.
  • shortName represent a name for the emoji, such as ":grinning:"
  • text represents the text version of the emoji, shortName is rendered instead if omitted. more

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