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Name your iOS folders with Emojis

Let's do something fun today. Let's rename our folders, by replacing the text with Emojis.

  1. Tap and hold the text in your folder until it starts shaking.
  2. Delete the text (or keep it if you want).
  3. Tap the Globe button on the left side of your keyboard until the Emojis appear.
  4. Choose your desired emojis.
  5. Tap the ABC button to return to the keyboard.
  6. Tap Done to save the name.
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