Skype smileys codes

Welcome to the complete list of all the Skype smileys codes in 2015.
Do you just love to chat using smileys on Skype?

Then there is help available. Use this site as a list of all the various smileys you can use on Skype.

What is a Skype smiley? A smiley is an English term for a little yellow icon and it’s a stylized representation of a face. It is usually shown as a yellow circle, with two black dots, representing eyes and a black arc representing the mouth. You can use the different smileys to express emotions, moods and tones in your chat. A smiley may also be referred to an emoticon (short for emotion icon).

What is Skype? Skype is a computer software program you can download for free. Skype is a VoIP phone service ( VoIP = Voice over IP) and it uses peer-to-peer technology that enables data to be sent directly between two computers. In short term – you can call other computers worldwide free of charge, if they have Skype installed. Skype is mainly used for telephony, but you can also use it for instant messenger, video calling, texting, file transfer etc

Important notice!!!!!! – Skype has released a new version, where they have added some new Skype smileys and move some of the old hidden Skype smileys up in the standard icon box. Please notice if you don’t have the latest version of Skype installed, the new skype smileys will not work properly. The new Skype smileys are listed in the table below:

New Skype Smileys Codes

Ekstra Smileys Codes

Its very simple to use the standard Skype smileys. Just add a smiley in your personal chat using either the icons above the box you type text in or copy/paste the smiley codes below in the chart.

For example, the smiley code for the Skype smiley icon “Angel”, the first icon on the image list, is (angel) or (a) or (A). Just type (angel) and the icon will appear in your text.

angel smiley
= (angel) or (a) or (A).

Standard Skype Smileys Codes

Hidden Skype Smileys

Did you know that there exist a number of hidden Skype smileys and a few secret Skype smileys to?

Use the hidden and the secret smileys to make your personal chat more fun and entertaining.

To the right, in the sidebar you can find all the hidden and secret skype smileys.

Remember to update your Skype, so you can use the latest Skype smileys codes. You can update your Skype at :

You are more than welcome to post a comment, if you have any questions or have something else in mind. All comments will be answered as soon as possible.

9 thoughts on “Skype smileys codes

  1. Hi! Question! Whenever I enter the code of emojis that I want some of it doesn’t appear. For example the (anger) whenever I enter the code I don’t see it as an emoji I see it as a text, why is that?

  2. Hi,

    i would like to know if where is the “Hidden Skype Smileys –
    i dont get the left sidebar, is it possible to send me a screenshot or image if where is the hidden smiley?


  3. I can see these emoticons but my friends are posting emoticons that I can’t see, why is that? a friend has an older version (4.something), I have 7.3.59 and he can send black and white cars and stuff… and my girlfriend has skype for her iphone on mobile and can send me custom ones that I can’t see either… I’m looking ALL over the internet and can’t find anything

    • It is probably because your friend and girlfriend have an addon with smileys from google play/google Webstore/iTunes.
      Certain smiley addons requires that you also have the addons installed on your mobile or desktop before they can be viewed.
      The old versions of skype has different smileys. In version 6.14 you have Skype captain America emoticons -(captain), (bucky), (nickfury), (blackwidow) and (shielddeflect).
      These special “hidden heroes” emoticons based on characters from the movie has been removed in the newest version of skype.
      The black and with stuff is probably “unicode characters”.

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