Part Alternation Mark Emoji

Unicode U+303D, introduced by Unicode version V3.2 in 2002

The 'part alternation mark' emoji is a text-based symbol that has been around since Unicode V3.2, and should be supported by just about every device and browser. As a standard symbol, you should also be able to copy and paste the 'part alternation mark' symbol (or the HTML entity 〽) in your browser or on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter.

On many devices, you can use the shortcode :part_alternation_mark: to add the part alternation mark emoji to your messages.

Different devices may have different versions of the part alternation mark emoji. The chart on this page shows how this emoji is displayed on Android, iOS, and other platforms.

Editor's Note: This emoji represents a "part alternation" mark, which signals on a sheet of music where the lyrics begin.

Keywords (click to find more): part, sign

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To use 'part alternation mark' on social media like Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram, you can copy the emoji character on the left. This is a special character, not an image, so it can be used anywhere.

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How does the Part Alternation Mark emoji look across different devices?


Part Alternation Mark Emoji (Android Version)

Android (Old)

Part Alternation Mark Emoji (Google Hangouts / Android Version)

Android (New)

Part Alternation Mark Emoji (Apple/iOS Version)

Apple iOS

Part Alternation Mark Emoji (Twitter Version)


Part Alternation Mark Emoji (Symbola Version)


Geeky Emoji Details (For Web & App Developers)

unicode version unicode hex html hex entity html decimal entity hex entity test shortcode
V3.2 U+303D 〽 〽 :part_alternation_mark:
introduction year codepoint (Unicode) codepoint (DoCoMo) codepoint (KDDI) codepoint (Softbank) codepoint (Google)
2002 12349 N/A N/A U+E12C U+FE81B
Why does this emoji show up as a blank box (򪪪) or an X?
Not all emojis are supported by every device. If you are trying to view an emoji your device doesn't support, you will see a blank white box or similar symbol (򪪪) to represent a character your device doesn't understand.
How can I use this emoji on my social media accounts?
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and most other social networks have built-in support for standard emojis that can be accessed through a menu. You can also copy and paste the text version of the part alternation mark emoji () into your social media posts. Keep in mind that not everyone sho sees your post may have support for these emojis, and Twitter and Facebook limit the emojis you can use in your name and description.
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