question mark

Here we have the Question Mark emoji for all your unanswered curiosities! Depending on how you use it, the question mark emoji may be either an insult or a genuine request for information regarding a topic. It is generally seen as a red thick question mark and should not be confused with the Exclamation Question Mark emoji. The question mark emoji was initially used to emphasize the need for an answer to a question or a problem that has not been settled. This can be negative since it could be seen as demanding or agitating.

When using the question mark emoji, you may place the Megaphone emoji or Exploding Head emoji to describe a need to spread the answer to a heavily asked question or problem that many people want to know. Another way of using the question mark is to place it after the Brain emoji. However, you should be warned that this can be perceived as an insult. This is because the two emojis combined together have a condescending feeling and imply that the sender is asking if you are using your brain.

It can also be used to describe gossip by placing it after the Speaking Head emoji. This implies you are asking for more information on the topic being discussed about a person or a scandal that you have heard through the rumor mills. The most simple way of using the question mark is to use it alone. This tells the receiver that the sender is agitated and demands an answer in a pushy manner.

Question Mark is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 6.0 which was introduced in 2010, and was added to Emoji 0.6.

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This Question Mark Is Also Known As:

question mark

question emoji

questioning emoji

problem emoji

ask emoji

faq emoji

Question Mark Emoji History

Question Mark Emoji is created in the year 2010.

Question Mark Emoji Unicode Data

  • Unicode codepoint
    2753
  • Version
    Version 6.0
  • Year
    2010