The up-down arrow emoji is a bold white two-headed arrow pointing both up and down in a vertical configuration. This arrow is shown against a grey box backdrop, and can be used to refer to something that moves both up and down, like an elevator.
Codepoints: 2195 FE0F
Introduced: February, 2002 in Unicode version 3.2.0 (Emoji version 0.6)
The ON! arrow emoji depicts a bold black arrow pointing both left and right and the word “ON!” below it. This emoji can be used when describing where something was, ie. (person emoji) (on! arrow emoji) (chair emoji)
What a “turn” of events! The clockwise emoji is a symbol emoji and indicates that something is moving in a clockwise direction. It can also be used to talk about rotating something, repeating a tracking, or refreshing a page in your web browser.
Look down! It’s pointing right at it! The Right Arrow Curving Down emoji is exactly what it sounds like and is a part of the “symbol” family. You can use this to show direction without having to type it.
Want to slow it down a track or speed of a video? Hit the fast down button. The Fast down button allows you to slow down the audio speed at 2 or 3 times speed than normal. Use this emoji when you want to slow something down for a creepy effect.
You’ve got mail! Voicemail that is. The double curly loop emoji is used to symbolize an icon for voicemail on most devices. The emoji’s image is the symbol for a reel-to-reel tape recorder, which is what the first voicemails were recorded on.