The Bitmoji platform now supports "Friendmoji's" – the ability to show 2 people within the same image.

Here's an example:

What are the various ways I can generate these images?

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There are several ways to create Bitmoji's, although only a few of them appear to support Friendmoji's to date (and they are not well-documented).

Both users will likely need to have created a Bitmoji account and setup their avatar for this to work. That is, you cannot create a custom Friendmoji without setting up a Bitmoji account for the other person.

These apps appear to support Friendmoji's:

  • Snapchat mobile apps
  • Bitmoji for Facebook Messenger
  • Bitmoji for Slack

These other methods don't appear to support Friendmoji's as yet:

  • Bitmoji iOS app
  • Bitmoji iOS custom keyboard
  • Bitmoji Chrome extension
  • Bitmoji website

If you know of any updates to this list, please post in the comments.

In Slack

Once you've added the Bitmoji app to Slack, you can simply type:

/bitmoji @[username] [search_term]

Here is a list of keywords that can be used for Friendmoji's:

achoo alarm clock are you kidding me avocado ayyy lmao backpack bacon bad ass bath beach bedtime besties blue heart blushin bruh brutal burger can i help you can't deal car challenge accepted champagne cheerio cheerio cheers chill chinese new year cocktail coffee cuddles cuddles cup of tea current mood dab daisy dead do it don't play dope drink dry egg facepalm fail fake news food fu funnel giddy up giggle go me go you good call good morning good night grass gtfo guitar happy happy valentine's day hate myself heart balloons heh hello hey hi you high five hmph hole hot hot dog hubba hubba i forgot i hate you i hear ya i like i love you i love you dummy i woke up like this ice ice cream jump karaoke kiss knock knock L let's party life is hard limo lit lol wat love lute marry me math miss you miss you nah fam new year new me no way nope not today one love onion oopsie woopsie party peas in a pod petty af photo rain rainbow regrets salt shaker santa's lap saturday saxophone shame sick sleepy sloth smooch snowman so extra spit take spooky stay tuned sub sunny surfing sweet team awesome tennis thank you thanks that sucks that's cold thinking about you tired tree tuesday tumbleweed turn up u get me uh huh uh oh watermelon we got this what up fam why me woe is me woke woke woohoo xmas y tho you bet you can do it you got it you guys suck you had one job you're the best zero chill

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My Dual Bitmoji technique (iOS)

Prelude: You need Snapchat (SC) and Bitmoji apps, with your own Bitmoji created, then linked to SC. The picture you wish to photobomb must be in your camera roll. You must “friend” the other person whose Bitmoji you wish to team with.

  1. Tap on your SC Bitmoji (upper left corner)
  2. Tap My Friends
  3. Scroll to the Bitmoji avatar of the person you want.
  4. Tap and hold the Bitmoji of the person you want, until the pop-up appears.
  5. Tap the chat icon, outlined in blue.
  6. Tap the framed picture icon on the left side of the screen.
  7. Scroll and tap the picture to be used from camera roll.
  8. Tap edit at the bottom.
  9. Tap the stickers icon, it looks like a post-it note.
  10. You should now have over 300 double Bitmoji to choose from, divided among 6 menu icons at the bottom (horizontal scroll).
  11. Tap the selected Bitmoji, placing it onto the picture.
  12. Resize, rotate, and position the Bitmoji as needed. (Add other SC edits if you wish, like text, other stickers, etc.)
  13. Tap the Save icon! It should now say Saved! and a check mark should appear.
  14. Tap the X in the upper left corner to cancel the chat (if you don't want to send the picture now).
  15. Tap the blue arrow in the upper right corner to exit to chat screen.
  16. Swipe right to return to SC home screen. The new picture should be in your camera roll, to use as you wish.

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