Pro Emoji Widget



GitPitch Pro + Lite subscriptions activate powerful Pro syntax shortcuts supported by PITCHME.md markdown that can be used to generate rich visual components - aka. widgets - on any slide. This guide introduces the @emoji widget.


Emoji Widget

To render an Emoji on any slide you can use the @emoji widget. Using the following syntax in your PITCHME.md markdown file:


@emoji[emoji-name]

Where emoji-name is any one of hundreds of available emojis supported by the GitPitch Emoji Library.



GitPitch Emoji Library

GitPitch supports the Twitter Emoji set provided by the emoji-awesome library. You can browse and search the complete set of supported emoji here.

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Learn By Example

Here is a markdown snippet demonstrating @emoji usage:


## Summer @emoji[sunny] + @emoji[sunflower] = happy @emoji[honeybee]

This markdown snippet renders as follows:

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Emojis are rendered on your slide at the size of the surrounding text. This means you can use standard markdown heading syntax to increase or decrease the size of the emoji icons rendered on your slides, for example:

---

@snap[north]
#### @emoji[heart_eyes]
@snapend

@snap[midpoint]
# @emoji[heart_eyes]
@snapend

@snap[south]
## @emoji[heart_eyes]
@snapend

This markdown snippet renders as follows:

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Emojis can also be used right alongside existing font-awesome icons to create novel and visually striking slides, for example:

---

### GitPitch delivers @emoji[dolphin]
### Font Awesome @fa[magic text-orange] Magic
### alongside Emojis @emoji[heart_eyes fa-spin]

This markdown snippet renders as follows:

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Note, if you pay very careful attention to the sample markdown snippet above you will notice that you can even activate font-awesome icons animation classes on emojis within GitPitch slides!