Want to make an emote pack that can be imported into Guilded? It's super easy! You need to make a JSON file that looks like this.
You can copy this code:
"name": "My Awesome Emote Pack", // the name of your emote pack
"author": "Gil", // your name
"emotes": [ // list of emotes in this pack
When it comes to emotes, there are a few guidelines to keep in mind. Emote names should consist only of alphanumeric characters (a-z, 0-9) and underscore (_). This ensures compatibility and consistency across the platform. Additionally, the emote URL should link to a publicly-accessible image that is no larger than 256kb in size. This ensures efficient loading and a smooth user experience. Lastly, each emote pack has a maximum allowance of 30 emotes, giving you the freedom to create a diverse collection.
Host this JSON file somewhere public and share it with users. They can paste it into Guilded following this guide to import your pack!
To see an example of a valid emoji pack JSON file, check out the following link to view the Emoji Pack.