FTA Discord Emoji

FTA Discord & Slack Emoji
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Hello, this is a Discord emoji! FTA

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Hello, this is a Slack emoji! FTA

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To upload the FTA emoji to your Discord server follow these simple steps.

Navigate to your server settings and proceed to click the "emoji" tab, you will notice a purple button that says "upload emoji".

Click this button and select the emoji that you just downloaded from this website.

The FTA emoji should now be available for use in your server!

To upload the FTA emoji to your Slack workspace follow these simple steps.

Click the arrow beside your workspace name and select "customize slack".

Click "add custom emoji" and select the FTA emoji that you just downloaded from this website.

Choose a name and click save

The FTA emoji should now be available for use in your slack workspace!

To upload the FTA emoji to your Guilded server follow these simple steps.

Navigate to your server settings and proceed to click the "emotes" tab, you will notice a yellow button that says "upload emote".

Click this button and select the FTA emoji that you just downloaded from this website.

The FTA emoji should now be available for use in your Guilded server!

FTA emoji for Discord & Slack

FTA is a custom emoji created by Lud for use on Discord, Slack and Guilded. Users can download the FTA emoji and upload it to their communities easily by using our Discord emoji bot or by manually downloading the image.

  • Category: Letters
  • Downloads: 4206
  • Source: View Source
  • Added: March 13, 2024
  • Emoji ID: 1755-fta
Basic with credits License
This license grants you permission to use this emoji on Discord, Slack and any other platform where the user is not charged for access to the emoji. You must credit or attribute the original author appropriately.
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