Gen Z use lots of strange emojis. Here's what they are really trying to say

Smartphone trends in 2023: Here's what's coming next
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February 20, 2023
Gen Z use lots of strange emojis. Here's what they are really trying to say
On Slack, Gen Z uses emojis, memes, GIFs, and TikToks to convey a message to their colleagues. Usually, they're used in the place of words to communicate a deeper message.
Flip phones to digital cameras, Gen Z's love of retro gadgets is smarter than you realize


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