• Ryan Hoover
    Ryan HooverFounder, Product Hunt

    Makes internet communication more fun 😊


    Bitmoji images pasted in Gmail are a little small

    The Chrome extension makes it super easy to reply to an email thread using my bitmoji. Some people might limit its use to personal emails but I especially like using in (appropriate) business communication because not everything needs to be so serious. 🤗

  • Shun Yamada
    Shun YamadaCiao Technologies

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    Although each service needs a profile icon, I sometimes don't want to use my real image. There is a variety of stamps with an avatar, that promotes fun communication with friends.

    Shun Yamada has used this product for one week.
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Ryan Hoover
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Maybe it's time we add bitmoji support to Product Hunt. 🤔
Ryan Hoover
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Stewart Rogers
Stewart Rogers@therealsjr · Journalist/Analyst/Speaker - VentureBeat
Big disconnect here, though. I have a Bitmoji via the app, and it links to my Snapchat account. But this extension wants me to sign in via either Facebook or email, and I've never signed up for Bitmoji via either service. Therefore, I can't login and use the extension. Since it is owned by Snap Inc., you'd expect a Snapchat login option, no?
Nick Johnson
Nick Johnson@nlj_1 · Applico
@therealsjr same problem
Mike Sigsworth
Mike Sigsworth@aspnetdev
@therealsjr @nlj_1 I managed to get this working. Go into the app on your phone. Click the ellipsis (3 dots) in the top right, click Settings, click "Use Bitmoji on Web", and the follow the instructions. This lets you log in via email and password in the Chrome extension.
Daniel Greenberg
Daniel GreenbergPro@15greenberg · Making weird internet
Throw this on