A tribute to women, through Google's 'Doodle' and Twitter's 'emoji'

A tribute to women, through Google's 'Doodle' and Twitter's 'emoji'

Posted on Mar 9, 2020

Google, the world's largest search engine, and the world's largest micro-blogging social website, on the occasion of International Women's Day, have paid tribute to women, emphasizing 'gender equality'.

This time 'World Women Day' is being celebrated with the promise of "I am a generational believer inequality and I understand the rights of women" and Internet Technologies companies release video and emoji under the same theme.

Google also released a short 3D animated video on the occasion of 'Women of the Day', featuring women serving in all races, religions, dresses and fields in all regions of the world.

The short video shows all kinds of women, including the dressed woman, the woman in the bold dress, the woman flying in space, the woman who made her name in the sports field, the politician, the social leader, the doctor and the disabled woman.

The message is conveyed through a very simple video that in every region of the world today, women look like men in almost every sector and it is because of their work that the world is setting the stage for development today.

Like Google, Twitter also paid tribute to women on the occasion of 'Women's Day' and micro-blogging website also released emoji.

Twitter also shared a gif photo introducing the special emoji of 'equality' in its tweet, which used the word 'everywoman' along with the hashtag in different languages ‚Äč‚Äčaround the world, including English and Arabic. Equality 'emoji also gave the message that all human beings have equal rights.

The move to pay tribute to women was praised by Twitter and Google, and people around the world reaffirmed their commitment to 'equality'.


Mian Tajamul

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