The cloud emoji is used to represent clouds and cloudy
weather, as well as a metaphor for something that is
intangible or unclear. It can also be used to represent
the idea of "cloud" computing, where data is stored and
processed remotely through the internet.
The cloud emoji depicts a white cloud, often with a wispy
or puffy appearance, to represent a cloud in the sky. The
design and appearance of the cloud may vary depending on
the platform or device being used.
|What situaitions use it?
- To indicate cloudy weather
- To express a gloomy or moody atmosphere
When discussing or sharing information about weather
- To express confusion or uncertainty
- To represent the idea of "cloud" computing
The cloud emoji may not be recognizable in regions
where clouds are rare or unfamiliar.
The cloud emoji should not be used in a way that may
be interpreted as insensitive or offensive, especially
in regions affected by natural disasters such as
hurricanes or typhoons.
The shape of the emoji may look different depending
on the platform or device.
The Cloud Emoji was added as part of Unicode 1.1 in 1993.
Unicode 1.1 was released in June 1993 and was the first
version of the Unicode standard to support a comprehensive
set of characters for written languages.
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