Thursday, August 11, 2022

Say it with emoji 👀

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Say it with emoji

Good morning,

With the rise of remote work and messaging platforms becoming the norm, emoji have entered the workplace full-swing.

In a recent survey of 9,400 hybrid workers from ed tech company Duolingo and Slack, 58 percent of respondents said using emoji at work allows them to communicate more nuanced feelings with fewer words. Additionally, two-thirds of global respondents said they felt closer and more bonded in a conversation when messaging someone who understands the emoji they're using. 

That said, using the incorrect emoji–stay away from the eggplant, for example–can easily send the wrong impression. Read on for three ways to ensure you're using emoji optimally at work.
 
 
 
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Here's what else I'm reading today:
When the Alabama sorority rush took over TikTok last summer, a local family-owned boutique became famous overnight. Here's how the brand is keeping that momentum going. –Inc.

Ryan Reynolds says these storytelling skills he’s learned in Hollywood has helped him learn to create relatable brands people want. –Inc.
 
The Federal Trade Commission is preparing to update its green marketing guidelines. Here’s what brands need to know. –WSJ

Here’s what to do if your team is constantly underperforming. –HBR
 
Female founders: Audition today to be featured on the new business competition TV show “Women of Wall Street”--with a chance to win $100,000 for your company. –Inc. 
One more thing:

These four easy calendar hacks will help you avoid useless meetings. –Inc.
 
 
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