Section Often used in the iPhone's Emoji keyboard is a weird place, to say the least. Despite its name, the section contains both frequently and recently used emojis, and it may contain emojis that you have never even touched. And let's not even talk about its strange way of organizing emoji. If you are sick to see strange emojis there, there is a way to restore what is shown inside.
Maybe you used a horrible emoji once and never want to use it again. It may also be that you do not want to provide any evidence of the latest emoji discussion you had with anyone via iMessage. Maybe you just want a new start. Whether that's the case, if you're unhappy with the emoji in the Frequently Used section, you can reset it to Apple's standard Emoji keyboard recommendations.
It is not possible to get rid of in the section Often used at least no official means. It may be a jailbreak tweak out there, but it's not worth the problem or security issues that jailbreaking addresses.
Often restores Emojis also restores saved text
Before entering how it is good to point out that by restoring the emojis frequency list you will also reset the keyboard dictionary settings. It means a predictive text.
While writing a word, Apple can automatically correct it for something else, but you can tap the change to return to what you really wanted. Each time you reject a predicted word, the custom word is saved in the dictionary so it will not attempt to automatically correct the next time.
So be warned: By resetting Often used the section of the Emoji keyboard, you will also restore your saved custom words so you have to rethink your keyboard to properly use words (such as snake or curse words) which it does not have in the dictionary. In addition, predictive emojis may disappear for a while after restoring the dictionary. If you continue to use emojis, this feature will be returned.
Following the instructions below, you will not reset any custom word paths (ie, Text bytes ), and you will not affect any third party keyboard such as Gboard – this only applies to Apple's keyboard.
How to clear your latest and frequently used Emojis
To do so, you need to reset the dictionary for Apple keyboard. Open the Settings app, go to "General", press "Reset" and then "Reset keyboard dictionary." Enter your password and press "Reset Dictionary" to delete all custom words that you have saved for the keyboard and return the dictionary to the factory default.
Below you can see the difference between a keyboard with current, current and often used emojis (left) and one with standard pre-populated emoji (right). Yours will finally look like the full of pre-emoji characters.
Now, whenever you use an emoji, it will appear at the top to the left. When using another, it takes its place and presses the first down vertically. For each new one, the elderly will continue to be pressed down vertically until they start up at the next row's top, just to be pushed down again.
However, this is not always the case, and some emojis will continue to the left, while brand new ones appear in the middle. When you use an emoji more than once, it usually stays to the left of the section, provided you want faster access to those you use more than others.