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Download the Klausmoji — Slack Emojis You Had No Idea You Needed

Customer service3 MIN READDec 14, 2023

? Download the Klausmoji Slack Emojis You Had No Idea You Needed


Trying to level up your emoji-game?

Klaus’ research team detected a concerning disproportion of cat emojis in Slack. We had to fix this problem. Meet Klausmoji, featuring our very own leader — Klaus von McLovin’ Jr. (just Klaus to friends).

How to install Slack emojis from Klaus

  1. Open Slack and click on your team name in the upper-left corner
  2. Select ‘Customize Slack’
  3. Make sure you’re in the Emoji tab
  4. Type in a name for your emoji so you can easily find it
  5. Upload the file and hit save

Download the Klausmoji pack below! 


Download Klausmojis

Halloween Klausmosji extension pack

Wait, there’s more? We have an expansion pack for the spook season! Remember, you should never ghost your customers — always try to creep it real with them. So for Halloween (aka Klausoween), add some flair if you feel like being punny:

  • Fangs for reaching out to us! How can I assist you?
  • We’re here to exorcise your issues.
  • Unmasking solutions to your concerns is what we do best.
  • Let’s carve out some solutions to your questions.
  • Time to make sure these problems don’t come back to haunt you.

These empathy statements are fangtastic for Halloween, but if you’re looking for ones you can use all year round, check out 12 Real-Life Empathy Statements for Customer Service Teams →

An image of Halloween Klaus Emojis to download.

Halloween Klausmoji extension pack

Klausmosji extension pack for the holiday season

Christmas Klausmoji extension pack.

Klausmoji extension pack for the holiday season

✨ Fun emoji facts

  • The first emoji was created in Japan in 1998.
  • The emoji is based on the premise of using text markers to form images. This dates back to the 1960s when Russian novelist and professor Vladimir Nabokov stated in an interview with The New York Times “I often think there should exist a special typographical sign for a smile.” However, it wasn’t until the 1980s when computer scientist Scott Fahlman invented the emoticon, by suggesting that 🙂 and 🙁 could replace language.
  • Originally meaning pictograph, the word emoji comes from Japanese e (絵, “picture”) + moji (文字, “character”). The resemblance to the English words emotion and emoticon is purely coincidental.
  • July 17 is the official World Emoji Day.
  • The first emoji-themed convention, Emojicon, was held in San Francisco in 2016.
  • In 2015, Oxford Dictionaries named the Face with Tears of Joy emoji (?) the Word of the Year.

Originally published in April 2020; last updated in December 2023. 

Written by

Merily Leis
Merily Leis
Besides being a massive llama fan, Merily is also the Head of Marketing at Klaus.

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