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When I click on Discord's emoji button, there is a section for "Frequently Used". Unfortunately, it contains a bunch of useless emoji I've never used like 💯 and 🦑.

I want to change it to the emoji I actually use. For instance, I often type in thumb in the search and select the 👍, but despite doing that a few dozen times, it doesn't show up in the "Frequently Used" list.

I've looked through the preferences and haven't found a way to change this. How can I change the "Frequently Used" emoji group?

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It's a little complicated.

Firstly, press Ctrl+Shift+I (Windows/Linux) or ++I (Mac), and go to Application tab (you might need to press the >> button). Click on Local Storage from left bar, and pick the discordapp.com result:

Local Storage display on chrome dev tools

On the right bar, find "EmojiUsageHistory" Key, and copy the Value of it (right click on value, pick edit, copy it. As there's a lot of stuff in there, it might take some time)

As an example for this post, I'll remove the smirk_cat emoji (bottom row, fourth from right):

Emoji picker of discord

Paste the "EmojiUsageHistory" values you copied to your favorite text editor, and search for the emoji's name (or the snowflake, if it's a custom emoji. To find the snowflake of a custom emoji, write \:name of emoji:, the number is the snowflake of emoji), should look like this:

a part of the EmojiUsageHistory that we are editing

Remove the parts until the next emoji, ensure that a , is between the previous and the next emoji.

If you want to make sure that an emoji you want shows up on the list, find it and change totalUses, frecency and score to a high value (like 500).

Result of EmojiUsageHistory

Copy that text, edit the value of "EmojiUsageHistory" again and paste the values.

Restart discord by pressing Ctrl+R (Windows/Linux) or +R (Mac), the emoji will be gone from the list:

Emoji picker with the unwanted emoji removed

  • Just to add to above, for Windows/Linux, press Ctrl+Shift+I – Jason Jun 12 at 19:48
  • @Jason thanks, corrected. – Ave Jun 13 at 7:45

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