check mark ✔️

In a hurry but need to approve something? The Check Mark emoji will do it for you. This emoji shows a thick check mark. The color of the checkmark text depends on the platform the emoticon is viewed on. Sometimes it is shown in green, red, or blue.

In lists, the Check Mark emoji is commonly used to indicate completed tasks. It is also used to or to verify a piece of info, or to state a certain fact.

How and when to use the Check Mark emoji? Check out a few common scenarios we’ve whipped up for you. Share the Check Mark emoji to signify checking in or out of establishments like hotels, restaurants, or gyms.

Also bring out the Check Mark emoji to refer to anything that’s been done or completed. It could be a picture of yourself at the gym after a daily workout, or after walking your dog. Anything and everything that gives you a sense of accomplishment deserves a check mark symbol at the end!

If you prefer a more corporate look, the Check Box With Check emoji, more popularly known as the Check Box emoji, might be more suitable for you. Another alternative is the Check Mark Button emoji. They are both variants of the Check Mark emoji, showing the Check Mark within a box.

✔️ Check Mark is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 1.1 which was introduced in 1993, and was added to Emoji 0.6.

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This Check Mark Is Also Known As:

check emoji

tick emoji

correct emoji

check mark

heavy check mark

tick mark

checking

correct check

success check mark

Check Mark Emoji History

Check Mark Emoji is created in the year 1993.

Check Mark Emoji Unicode Data

  • Unicode codepoint
    2714 FE0F
  • Version
    Version 1.1
  • Year
    1993