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Emoji

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Overview
This simple app will address the lack of emoji in your current Splunk platform.

Release Notes

Version 1.0.1
Nov. 5, 2018

BOOM! Chance Discovery (Back in July 2018) - Working on some other data, YouTube data, with a custom command we just created.
I noticed that some of the titles we were retrieving from YouTube contained emoji.....
I was very excited and immediately tried a few things with them, the doors were open.
Excitement.... oh my.

Emoji Usage:
Straight from the GUI search bar
In saved searches
Single Value Displays
Unit and Caption! As well as multiples.
Sizing is possible.
Retrieve them from a CSV Lookup.
Easy table row display, no CSS or JS to do in the background.

Limitations:
Web GUI weirdness when entering SPL.
Only some work, due to copy / paste issues and weirdness. (http://getemoji.com/ ones work well.)
Editing mainly has to be done in a text editor (I use KeepNote, this works well)
Use at your own risk, I have no idea if this could effect some Splunk functions.

Installation:
Install.
Profit.
Guaranteed fun for all the family.

** Disclaimer : Not all browsers will display unicode characters

Version 1.0.0
Oct. 30, 2018

BOOM! Chance Discovery (Back in July 2018) - Working on some other data, YouTube data, with a custom command we just created.
I noticed that some of the titles we were retrieving from YouTube contained emoji.....
I was very excited and immediately tried a few things with them, the doors were open.
Excitement.... oh my.

Emoji Usage:
Straight from the GUI search bar
In saved searches
Single Value Displays
Unit and Caption! As well as multiples.
Sizing is possible.
Retrieve them from a CSV Lookup.
Easy table row display, no CSS or JS to do in the background.

Limitations:
Web GUI weirdness when entering SPL.
Only some work, due to copy / paste issues and weirdness. (http://getemoji.com/ ones work well.)
Editing mainly has to be done in a text editor (I use KeepNote, this works well)
Use at your own risk, I have no idea if this could effect some Splunk functions.

Installation:
Install.
Profit.
Guaranteed fun for all the family.

** Disclaimer : Not all browsers will display Unicode characters.

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