A clock striking 12:00 to wish Happy New Year! on WhatsApp
On these holidays, the most probable thing is that your smartphone will not stop ringing and receiving messages with good wishes and congratulations for the New Year, so we recommend you to know all the seasonal emojis to exploit them to the maximum when responding on WhatsApp.
One of the best ways to give a special touch to New Year’s messages is to use emojis, which have come to reinvent the way users communicate through digital platforms, especially since words or phrases can be substituted Complete with a single image, this is the case of the twelve o’clock emoji.
This is the face of a simple clock to show the time with its hands. It clearly marks twelve o’clock, although it is not specified if it is morning or afternoon, so it can be used in both cases: AM and PM. For these cases, it can be combined using other complementary emojis, such as the sun or the moon, and then there will be no doubt about the exact time.
When the twelve o’clock clock is sent, the messages are interpreted to confirm that something is planned, without the need to write it verbatim, but it can also be sent to suggest to someone else that they only have that time to meet the deadline. A homework. If you have a greater urgency, it can be used with the Clock Alarm emoji, or alarm clock to express the need to be somewhere at exactly that time.
It is worth mentioning that all manufacturers of web services, operating systems or devices can create Emoji designs according to their own corporate style and vision, so on many platforms the numbers are displayed inside the clock with a white background and gray bezels, but in cases like Microsoft, the borders are shown in black and in mozilla in red.
Twelve o’clock in the morning usually indicates the end of one day to start another, hence its importance in New Year celebrations, when the classic final count is made to say goodbye to one year and welcome the next, celebrating the first seconds in family.
The Twelve o’clock emoji was approved as part of Unicode 6.0 in 2010 under the name “Twelve o’clock Clock Face” and was later added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.