Google seems to have introduced the mini-sticker for its Gboard application for both the Android and iOS versions of this app. With this new feature, Gboard can now use machine learning, neural networks, and artist illustrations to create personalized emoji from your photo. While it does your own personalized emoji, it will take into account a number of factors, including skin tone, hair color and style, face shape, facial hair, and eye color.
To create your own emoji Just go to "mini" in your Gboard app and start this process with a selfie. After that Gboard will create your avatar and based on that you will generate sticker packages for you. Make sure that the Gboard app is up to date before you do so, and although this feature should be available to you all, we can not confirm it yet, as the feature is not yet available on our devices. This feature may be familiar to some of you, so it has been available as part of Google's Allo app since last year. Google has announced that it has shelved the development of Allo, mainly because Android Messages will become Google's go-to-chat app and some Allo features will find their way to other Google apps like this, while Allo with Google Assistant It seems like it would be broadcast on Android Messages.
If you decide to create your own sticker packs with this new feature, Mini will create 1