The check mark, also known as the tick mark, is to indicate the correct, yes, correct selection. Copy and paste the check mark by clicking on the tick mark you want above.
Fancy text offers 13 types of check marks with different forms. The X mark is also a type of check mark used for this purpose.
☑ Check mark meaning
Check mark can display as an emoji or as simple ASCII characters depending on your device. It will display in blue on Android devices, Green on Windows, on Samsung machines will be red, and mostly black on the rest.
Tick Symbols are used to mark as "yes", "passed", "correct", or "I agree, accept". You can see tick symbols in many places, in everyday life such as: to-do list, checklist, CV, ...
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In contrast to the check mark, you can use an X. it indicates "disagree", "do not select", "fail" in the to-do list, and the criteria are given.
One interesting thing about the check mark, in countries like Finland and Sweden, the tick has the opposite meaning, it represents wrong, not selection.