Richard, this might solve your problem, but I just checked my settings and my
predictive text is turned off.
I just tried it again, and this is what I did:
1, Opened a new message and addressed it to myself for testing purposes.
2, Entered the phrase, I love pizza!!.
3, Went and selected the emoji keyboard.
4, I checked my rotor and I was at the emoji choice. I then just flicked my
finger down, and it moves between the words that have emoji replacements.
Now voice over did not give me any feedback once I changed to the emoji
keyboard. I did not know that focus was in the text box and emoji was chosen
on my rotor without checking.
I do not know if different phones will act a little different, but I am using
an iPhone 6.
> On Sep 17, 2016, at 4:38 PM, Richard Turner <richardturne...@outlook.com>
> I found a page that was written during the beta cycle. Those who are not
> finding the Emoji suggestions or the Emoji item in the rotor, like me,
> probably had predictive text turned off in the keyboard settings. Here is a
> good chunk of the page. I put the link to the entire article at the end.
> How do you get emoji recommendations in iMessage?
> If you're running iOS 10, Apple's predictive QuickType keyboard can suggest
> emoji as well as, you know, regular words. The predictive keyboard has to be
> turned on in Settings, and can't be hidden.
> 1. Start typing in the iMessage text field.
> 2. Tap any emoji predictions that show up in the prediction bar. If
> multiple predictions show up, tap the one you prefer.
> 3. Tap the Send button. (Looks like an upward arrow)
> Emoji predictions will show up whenever you type something that has a
> corresponding emoji. For example, "I'm happy" will predict "I'm [smiley
> face]". "My car" will suggest the "[car]" emoji.
> How do you emojify an iMessage?
> With iOS 10, "emojification" works similarly to emoji recommendations.
> 1. Type an iMessage text field.
> 2. Tap the Emoji button on the keyboard.
> 3. Tap on a word that's underlined in yellow to replace it with its
> corresponding emoji.
> 4. Keep tapping words underlined in yellow until you've "emojified"
> everything you want.
> 5. Tap the Send button. (Looks like an upward arrow)
> With emojification, you can convert as many — or as few — words to emoji as
> you like.
> How do you react with an emoji Tapback in iMessage?
> Emoji aren't just for replying in iOS 10, they're also for reacting. Apple
> calls them Tapbacks. They're similar to Slack or Facebook emoji reactions,
> and drop right onto any iMessage bubble sent your way.
> 1. Touch and hold (long press) on an iMessage sent your way.
> 2. Tap the Tapback you want to send: Heart, thumbs up, thumbs down, Ha
> ha, !!, or ?.
> There's no need to hit send, the emoji reaction goes immediately.
> What do the new Tapback emoji reactions mean?
> Currently, in the iOS 10 beta, the following Tapback emoji are available:
> · Heart: Like, love, or fav
> · Thumbs up: Happy, approve, or agree
> · Thumbs down: Sad, disapprove, or disagree
> · Ha ha: Laugh, either happily or sarcastically.
> · !!: Exclaim emphatically.
> · ?: Question.
> How do you change the emoji reaction Tapback in iMessage?
> If you reply with the wrong Tapback, or you later decide you want a different
> Tapback, you can easily make the change.
> 1. Touch and hold (long press) on an iMessage with the Tapback you want
> to change.
> 2. Tap the Tapback you want to change to: Heart, thumbs up, thumbs down,
> Ha ha, !, or ?.
> The new Tapback will take the place of the old one.
> How do you delete the emoji reaction Tapback in iMessage?
> If you accidentally send a Tapback, or have simply reconsider sending one,
> you can also remove it.
> 1. Touch a Tapback that you wish to remove.
> 2. Tap the Tapback you want to remove (i.e. if you want to remove Heart,
> tap Heart.)
> The Tapback will disappear.
> Do the 3x emoji and Tapbacks work on the Mac?
> Sure do! With macOS Sierra you can send and receive both the new 3x emoji and
> the Tapbacks, right from the Mac.
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