I was playing around the other day and I realized that you can paste emojis into tulip expressions. You can copy them from a website like this one and paste it directly into a string expression. At first, I found this entertaining.
Then I realized how powerful this could be! Previously, there was not a way to determine a color value based on analyses results. Now, this kind of thing becomes possible in situations where you aren’t able to use aggregations:
Emoji’s are generally supported. I’ve used them in a similar way for years with only one issue… some operating systems or charactersets render differently. So, if you use the app on an Android operating system or something of this nature, that particular emoji might show up differently.
I’m pretty sure it can be resolved by downloading a new character set or keyboard on that OS. Either way, I’m pretty sure emojis are here to stay