Google Chrome has recently added a new shortcut and this enables adding emoji much easier and at a much faster pace. Also, this is currently in the testing channel Chrome Canary, and users can enable it also, simply by going to chrome://flags and searching “emoji,” as spotted by 9to5Google.

The idea proposed by Google Chrome refers to adding an emoji option on the menu that appears when the user would right-click any text field. Users can then right-click to get to the emoji option and pull up the emoji options for Mac, Windows, Linux, or Chrome OS, depending on what operating system they are running.

Of course, this is not a groundbreaking addition, considering there are already ways to pull up emoji on the desktop, including the shortcut Command + Control + Space for Macs or the touch keyboard on certain Windows devices. In fact, Third-party messaging apps like Messenger, Slack, Discord, and Skype, also have their own emoji libraries available. Still, with companies like Apple adding numerous emoji options each year, gives quicker access to actually use them. Right now, the feature hasn’t yet made it to the public version of Chrome but might be released in the coming weeks.