Using Memoji Stickers And a Hidden Trick To Make Your Own

iOS 13 and iPadOS give us a new Messages app feature where we can send stickers based on our Memoji or Apple's Animoji characters. Old functionality lets you send a recording with animation and audio. But you can also send your own custom Memoji or Animoji stickers if you know a little hidden trick.

Comments: 10 Responses to “Using Memoji Stickers And a Hidden Trick To Make Your Own”

    Sherry
    3 weeks ago

    Gary, How do I get the 3rd app over that you have? My phone doesn’t have this.

    Mark Luffman
    3 weeks ago

    Thanks, Gary. I’m not sure what versions of the iPhone have the Animoji feature to make your own expression video or image. My iPhone 6s+ does not have this but my wife’s iPhone X does. Maybe you have a list of which phones can do this? Thanks for always giving another tip that we say, “Wow, I didn’t know about that cool capability or feature!”

    3 weeks ago

    Sherry + Mark: See https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT209183 for a list of supported iPhones.

    Fran
    3 weeks ago

    I don’t see the three dots. How can I add to this list a custom emoji I made online and saved as a photo?

    3 weeks ago

    Fran: Not sure what you mean by “made online” — made online where? If you used a site to create graphic characters as photos, then those are just images and not something you use with this feature.

    jpf55
    3 weeks ago

    It works great Gary, thank you

    Rocky
    3 weeks ago

    Cool! Great info (again). Thanks Gary.

    Dana Stevens
    3 weeks ago

    If the word at 47 seconds is what it sounds like to me I am disappointed. It makes the video much less professional and not what I expect from MacMost. I think it detracts from the content. If I’m hearing the word incorrectly, I apologize. The word appears to be left out of the video transcript so I couldn’t confirm it.

    3 weeks ago

    Dana: Sorry my use of that word offended you. Just trying to add some humor into it. It is a funny word. And it’s certainly something that you would hear on network television. Plus, my audience is all adults. I didn’t consider that someone would be offended. My apologies to you. I’ll try to be more cautious with my attempts at humor in the future.

    John Clark
    2 weeks ago

    Gary use of the word was perfectly acceptable within the context of the tutorial. Any kid old enough to have an iOS device better mature enough to be exposed to the word or the parent is not doing a very good job of deciding when to give the iOS device to the child.

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