Use

Mutant Standard is ready to use in a variety of apps and services.

Here you can find guides and downloads for some of the most popular web apps and services that support custom emoji.



Creative Commons License

Mutant Standard emoji are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

Please check the license to see if using Mutant Standard is right for you.

Where do you want to use the emoji?


Discord

If you want to try out a sample of the emoji first, join the official Discord server :D.

Are you an admin?

If not, you'll need to ask your server admin if they can add the emoji for you.

If you have Discord Nitro, you could instead make your own personal server for custom emoji. This means you can use whatever custom emoji you want anywhere without asking your server admin(s). You can follow the next steps with your own private server.

What computer are you on?

You need to be on a computer running Windows, macOS or Linux to upload emoji to Discord. You can't do it on tablets or phones with iOS or Android.

1. Download and unzip the emoji

Download the latest 128px PNG version of the emoji below.

Then unzip the download. If you're on Windows on macOS, you should be able to do that just by double-clicking the .zip file.

2. Add the emoji to your server

Take a look at Discord's instructions if you don't know how.

3. Attribute

Attributing me is a legal requirement, but it's also generally cool because every designer deserves credit, and it helps people find the project and me! Don't worry, I make it really easy.

Copy the text in the box below and paste it in a #readme / #about / #rules channel, or any kind of channel that users can't chat in or edit. If you don't have one, make one!

This server uses Mutant Standard emoji (https://mutant.tech) made by Dzuk, which are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/).

Done!


Discourse

Are you an admin?

If not, you'll need to ask your forum admin if they can add the emoji for you.

1. Download and unzip the emoji

Download the latest 64px PNG version of the emoji below.

Then unzip the download. If you're on Windows on macOS, you should be able to do that just by double-clicking the .zip file.

2. Add the emoji to your server

(Instructions accurate as of 1.9.0beta14)

3. Attribute

Attributing me is a legal requirement, but it's also generally cool because every designer deserves credit, and it helps people find the project and me! Don't worry, I make it really easy.

Copy the text in the box below and paste it somewhere in your forum's FAQ page.

This forum uses [Mutant Standard emoji](https://mutant.tech) made by Dzuk, which are licensed under a [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License](https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/).

Done!


Mastodon

Are you an admin?

If you're not an admin of your instance, you'll need to ask your admin if they can add the emoji for you.

Experimental option

Daggertooth has made an unofficial script for undockerised instances. This will download, unzip and add every emoji from Mutant Standard.

This is quite experimental since shortcodes for Mutant Standard emoji might change in the future, but if you want every single emoji and want to be on the cutting edge, then you can use this and then skip to step 3.

1. Download the emoji

Download the latest 64px PNG version by clicking the button below:

Then unzip the download. If you're on Windows on macOS, you should be able to do that just by double-clicking the .zip file.

2. Add the emoji

(Instructions accurate as of 2.0.0)

3. Attribute

Attributing me is a legal requirement, but it's also generally cool because every designer deserves credit, and it helps people find the project and me! Don't worry, I make it really easy.

(Instructions accurate as of 2.0.0)
<p>This instance uses <a href='https://mutant.tech'>Mutant Standard emoji</a> made by <a href='http://noct.zone'>Dzuk</a>, which are licensed under a <a href='https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/'>Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License</a>.</p>

Done!


Slack

Are you an admin?

If you're not an admin of your workspace/team, you'll need to ask your admin if they can add the emoji for you.

1. Download the emoji

Download the latest 128px PNG version of the emoji below.

Then unzip the download. If you're on Windows on macOS, you should be able to do that just by double-clicking the .zip file.

2. Add the emoji to your server

Take a look at Slack's instructions if you don't know how.

3. Attribute

Attributing me is a legal requirement, but it's also generally cool because every designer deserves credit, and it helps people find the project and me! Don't worry, I make it really easy.

Copy the text in the box below and paste it in the purpose of your #general Slack channel (or any channel that serves a similar general-use purpose).

This server uses Mutant Standard emoji (https://mutant.tech).

Done!


Telegram (Stickers)

Check out the official test sticker pack for a sample.

1. Download the emoji

Download the latest Telegram Stickers version of the emoji below.

Then unzip the download. If you're on Windows on macOS, you should be able to do that just by double-clicking the .zip file.

2. Add stickers

Use the @Stickers bot to make a new sticker pack or add Mutant Standard emoji to an existing sticker pack.

3. Attribute

Attributing me is a legal requirement, but it's also generally cool because every designer deserves credit, and it helps people find the project and me! Don't worry, I make it really easy.

At the end of your sticker pack, just add the attribution.png picture in the unzipped folder.

Even if you have a Telegram pack that uses some Mutant Standard emoji and some stickers from other sources, you should still add this sticker at the end.

If you can't find that picture for whatever reason, just get it here.

Done!