Jan. 9, 2023 - Emojis Not Displaying
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A library that the Appcues script depended upon to display emoji in flows was decommissioned, causing emoji to fail to load.
We have deployed a fix to our script to address the issue. To ensure that your emojis are rendering appropriately in the Appcues Builder please make sure the Appcues Chrome extension is running v 6.118.0 or higher.
If you are currently installed to a fixed version of the script, rather than the auto-updating version of the script, you will need to manually update your script to version 4.40.4 to take advantage of the fix; otherwise, emoji will continue to not display in your flows.
To ensure you are referencing a specific SDK version you'll need to edit the URL you're loading the SDK from in your installation code.
The script tab should reflect version 4.40.4 specifically to ensure service. So the previous script will be updated to:
Additionally, if you are using a Content Security Policy on your site, you will need to update it to allow access to the new CDN. You can follow this doc to ensure your CSP has a configuration that will work with Appcues.