This emoji shows a Rolodex, also known as a card index. Back in the day, people kept track of all their contacts with these cards. If you see this emoji, it probably means that someone wants your info!
Keywords: card, index, rolodex
Introduced: September, 2010 in Unicode version 6.0.0 (Emoji version 0.6)
Swipe your card to purchase an item. Sounds easy right? Be careful, over swiping can lead to major debt. The credit card emoji is often gold, silver, or blue, and is used in conversations involving banking, money, online shopping, or credit card payments.
Can you hit the target? A direct hit means the target was hit on the first try. The direct hit emoji can be used when talking about targeting something with a dart, a missle, axe, or bow and arrow. This emoji can also be used when talking about doing something well on the first try. Only the best dart players get the bullseye on the first try.
Need to file an important document? You might use a file cabinet. The file cabinet emoji is used to symbolize a common piece of office furniture used to organize information. It is commonly used in conversations about office work and filing.
What do you call a playing card with no numbers? A flower playing card. These cards also known as hanafuda cards are very popular in Japan. They are used to play a variety of card games that use pictures on the cards instead of numbers.
This machine is an outdated form of communication in 2020, but is still used by some companies to send and receive information. The fax machine was created in 1843 and was first known as the printing telegraph.
Headed to work? The office building caters to many employees that work from 9 to 5 to get a paycheck. The office building emoji may have lots of tiny cubicles inside. You will probably see this emoji pop up from the CEO on a group email, team meeting, or business powerpoint.
Spiral notepads are a great writing tool to have when taking notes in class or at work. Make sure to have a pen or pencil ready. The spiral notepad emoji can be used when talking about notes, office supplies and school supplies.