Although these are a complete redesign of the previous version of emojis, they do not include the 3D style that the company previously showed off. Instead, these are 2D-based emojis. In addition to the new designs, the latest version includes a Clippy emoji to replace the standard paperclip emoji on Windows 11. The new emojis are similar to the previous version, but with new brighter colors and black borders. However, the new set of expressions do not come with the ability to change the skin tone for a combination of emojis (family members, couples with hearts, kissing, and people holding hands). It’s not clear why Microsoft shifted from its original 3D to 2D styles. However, if you want to get them immediately, you need to go Settings > Update & security > Advanced Options > Optional updates and download the update KB5007262 to apply the new version of emojis. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.