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New emoji tool lets you know when your favorite symbol is no longer cool

Emojipedia has a new tool to track which of your favorite icons are having their moment in the sun, and which symbols are slowly going the way of the fax machine emoji. With the new “trends” feature, Emojipedia pulls data from Google Trends and builds graphs, going back five years, to show the climbing and falling of each icon.

“Each graph is relative to the emoji being viewed,” Emojipedia says. “100 represents when that emoji saw its highest number of searches.”

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