Grabbing the emojis from a message.

As a frequent user of mobile, it is hard to collect an emoji's image from a message since the option to copy the link of an emoji or image by itself is only available through desktops, but this changes everything as with the help of a single command, you are able to collect the emojis from a message.

To start, this method would require you to have Discord Developer Mode activated which can be found on your User Settings. It doesn't do much other than enable you to collect the identification number of a message.

Finding the setting is simple, head to your User Settings then inside, find Behavior and once you are inside, there should be an option called Developer Mode that is no checked yet.

After enabling this setting, you are now able to collect the identification number of a message. And with the identification number in hand, you are now able to use the following command.

emoji retrieve [message id] [#channel]

message id refers to the identification number of the message which can be found through long-pressing a message with emojis and scrolling deep down and pressing the Copy ID button.

#channel refers to the channel where the message was sent, this is a required option since we cannot find the message without the channel.

You may also opt to retrieve the emojis through the message link using the simple command.

emoji retrieve [message link] [#channel]

After running the command, the bot should be able to send you the emojis used in the message in their URL format which you could then save the image and upload as an emoji of your own through the steal command or the Discord interface.