New answers tagged emotion
I recently adopted this one, maybe it serves your purpose as well: /!\ Warning Message /!\ What i like about it is, that it works well for people who are not very familiar with emoticons (yes, they exist by the boatload)
Emotions is widely used and expresses feelings, mode and tone of the sender of the message. It’s mostly used in between people communication, where you in a text message can convey irony, sadness, excitement or happiness, which would take too long to write out, especially if the number of characters are limited. In the more recent years, these emoticons ...
Adding those emoticons is a bit odd, but I like it. A warning message should alert the user. You can associate these terms with frightened or scared. The emoticon that pops to mind is this one: \o/ On an other note. If you're afraid the messages will be hard to perceive as warning or success messages because the styling is similar with the styling of the ...
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