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How to Customize Your AirTag with Emoji and a Name?

You can customize your AirTag’s name and icon after you have set it up

Do you have an Apple AirTag? Apart from purchasing different cases and holder accessories, the best way to personalise it is through the software: you can call your AirTag whatever you want and set a personalised icon using any emoji. Here’s how to go about it.

When you first set up your Apple AirTag, the iPhone will prompt you to choose the type of object you want to use the tag for. This will assign a default name to the tag based on the category: keys, luggage, pocket, and so on.

You can, however, customise it at any time, and you can also modify the emoji without changing the name. For example, you may want to use a different key emoji than the one selected by the Find My app. After you’ve set up the AirTag, you can change its name and symbol.

How To Modify the Name of Your AirTag?

  1. Launch the Find My app.
  2. Navigate to the Items tab.
  3. Choose the AirTag you want to modify.
  4. Scroll down to the bottom of the panel and pick ‘Rename Object.’
  5. Give your tag a new name. Alternatively, choose one of the presets.
  6. In the final step, click on Done.

Also See: How to use the new app tracking blocker in iOS 14.5

How To Add a Custom Emoji For Your AirTag?

  1. Launch the Find My app.
  2. Navigate to the Items tab.
  3. Choose the AirTag you want to modify.
  4. Scroll down to the bottom of the panel and pick ‘Rename Object.’
  5. In the text field that appears, tap on the circular emoji line.
  6. Then, from the regular emoji picker, choose a new emoji.
  7. In the final step, click on Done.

Also See:How to Take Pictures Through Voice Control on iPhone (100% Handsfree)


If you have several sets of keys and want to distinguish between them, you might want to change the name of an AirTag. To mark your products, you can use any label and any emoji.

The name you give your AirTag may also be used to mark it when using Siri to make a voice request. If you give your item a unique name, you can ask Siri, “Where are my keys?” or “Ping my [item name]” when you are within Bluetooth range of your AirTag.

Also See: How To Use Your iPhone And Apple TV To Calibrate Your TV’s Picture

Find My needs iOS 14.5 or later to endorse AirTag. Before attempting to set up your first AirTag, ensure that your iPhone is up to date.

Your personalised name and emoji will appear in the Find My app on all of your iPhones, iPads, and Macs. These AirTag renaming instructions are compatible with the iOS Find My app. Find My on the Mac does not allow you to directly customise your objects, but if you rename your item on another computer, the custom name/emoji will sync and appear correctly on the Mac.

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Khushi is currently studying Business Administration and continuously looking for opportunities to expand the horizons of her knowledge. She loves to play video games, cook, and binge-watch in her free time.
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