The default encoding used when creating a campaign is UTF-8.

Below you will find a list of all the languages we currently support.

  • Arabic

  • Armenian

  • Bengali

  • Bopomofo

  • Cyrillic

  • Devanagari

  • Georgian

  • Greek

  • Gujarati

  • Gurmukhi

  • Han

  • Hangul

  • Hebrew

  • Hiragana

  • Kannada

  • Katakana

  • Leo

  • Latin

  • Malayalam

  • Oriya

  • Tamil

  • Telugu

  • Thai

  • Tibetian

  • Braille (patterns)

  • Canadian syllabics

  • Cherokee

  • Ethiopic

  • Khmer

  • Mongolian

  • Myanmar

  • Ogham

  • Runic

  • Sinhala

  • Syriac

  • Thaana

  • Yi

  • Deseret

  • Gothic

  • Old Italic

  • Buhid

  • Hanuhoo

  • Tagalog

  • Tagbanwa

  • Cypriot

  • Limbu

  • Linear B

  • Osmanya

  • Shavian

  • Tai Le

  • Ugaritic

  • Buginese

  • Coptic

  • Glagolitic

  • Kharoshthi

  • New Tai Lue

  • Old Persian Cuneiform

  • Syloti Nagri

  • Tifinagh

  • Balinese

  • N’Ko

  • Phags-pa

  • Phoenician

  • Sumero – Akkadian Cuneiform

  • Carian

  • Cham

  • Kayah Li

  • Lepcha

  • Lycian

  • Lydian

  • Ol Chiki

  • Rejang

  • Saurashtra

  • Sundanese

  • Vai

  • Avestan

  • Bamum

  • Egyptian Hieroglyphs

  • Imperial Aramaic

  • Inscriptional Pahlavi

  • Inscriptional Parthian

  • Javanese

  • Kaithi

  • Lisu

  • Meetei Mayek

  • Old South Arabian

  • Old Turkic

  • Samaritan

  • Tai Tham

  • Tai Viet

  • Batak

  • Brahmi

  • Mandaic

  • Chakma

  • Meroitic Cursive

  • Meroitic Hieroglyphs

  • Miao

  • Sharada

  • Sora Sompeng

  • Takri

  • Bassa Vah

  • Caucasian Albanian

  • Duployan (shorthand)

  • Elbasan

  • Grantha

  • Khojki

  • Khudawadi

  • Linear A

  • Mahajani

  • Manichaean

  • Mende kukakui

  • Modi

  • Mro

  • Nabataean

  • Old North Arabic

  • Old Permic

  • Pahawh Hmong

  • Palmyrene

  • Pau Cin Hau

  • Pslater Pahlavi

  • Siddham

  • Tirhuta

  • Warang Citi

  • Ahom

  • Hatran

  • Old Hungarian

  • Anatolian hieroglyphs

  • Multani

  • Sutton SignWriting

  • Adlam

  • Bhaiksuki

  • Marchen

  • Newa

  • Osage

  • Tangut

  • Masaram Gondi

  • Nushu

  • Soyombo

  • Zanabar Square

In addition to the above scripts, a number of other collections of symbols are also encoded. These collections include the following:

• Numbers
• General Diacritics
• General Punctuation
• General Symbols
• Mathematical Symbols (Western and Arabic)
• Musical Symbols (Western, Byzantine, and Ancient Greek)
• Technical Symbols
• Emoji: For details, see Emoji Versions
• Dingbats
• Arrows, Blocks, Box Drawing Forms, and Geometric Shapes
• Game Symbols
• Miscellaneous Symbols
• Presentation Forms
• Kangxi Radicals

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