Did you know that TikTok has its own secret emojis? Here’s a guide on how to use them including a list of all 46 hidden codes.

Everyone is familiar with emojis, but I bet you didn’t know that TikTok has a whole range of secret emoticons that aren’t available on iOS or Android devices.

They’re completely different to the emojis that you’re used to, and here’s exactly how to get them.

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TikTok has secret emojis

If you’re a TikTok user, you may have seen people using random emojis in the comments that you won’t find on your normal emoji keyboard.

That’s because TikTok has a series of secret emojis, and the only way to use them is to insert a secret code.

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TikTok has almost 50 different secret emojis and they all represent a different feeling or emotion.

TikTok’s Secret Emojis by Emojipedia

How to use TikTok’s secret emojis

Using TikTok’s secret emoji’s is really simple.

All you have to do is type one of the secret code words inside two square brackets. Then, the text will magically turn into a secret emoji.

It only works in TikTok comments though and you can’t use them on text in videos.

TikTok’s Secret Emojis by Emojipedia

Full list of secret emoji codes

If you want to use TikTok’s secret emojis, here is a full list of all 46 codes:

  • [smile]
  • [happy]
  • [angry]
  • [cry]
  • [embarrassed]
  • [surprised]
  • [wronged]
  • [shout]
  • [flushed]
  • [yummy]
  • [complacent]
  • [drool]
  • [scream]
  • [weep]
  • [speechless]
  • [funnyface]
  • [laughwithtears]
  • [wicked]
  • [facewithrollingeyes]
  • [sulk]
  • [thinking]
  • [lovely]
  • [greedy]
  • [wow]
  • [joyful]
  • [hehe]
  • [slap]
  • [tears]
  • [stun]
  • [cute]
  • [blink]
  • [disdain]
  • [astonish]
  • [rage]
  • [cool]
  • [excited]
  • [proud]
  • [smileface]
  • [evil]
  • [angel]
  • [laugh]
  • [pride]
  • [nap]
  • [loveface]
  • [awkward]
  • [shock]

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