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The open-source microblogging platform Mastodon uses emoji designs from Twitter's own open-source Twemoji emoji designs within their default emoji picker.
When inserted into a message, emojis will appear in a device's native emoji font (i.e the Apple emoji design set is used via an iPhone or a Macbook).
Additionally, Mastodon allows for a server host to upload a variety of custom shortcode-based emoji designs to the Mastodon instance they manage.
Within the popular mastodon.word server, many of these custom shortcode emojis are reworkings of classic Google blog emoji designs.
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