Tick symbols, also known as checkmarks or check symbols, are a type of symbol used to indicate that an item or task on a list has been completed, approved, or verified. They are commonly used in to-do lists, forms, and other documents to provide feedback. There are several types of tick symbols, each with their own style and meaning. The most common type of tick symbol is a simple checkmark, which is typically represented by a small tick or X-shaped mark.
Tick symbols can also be used in more complex forms and documents to indicate different levels of completion or approval. For example, a half-filled checkbox may indicate partial completion or a conditional approval, while a fully filled checkbox indicates complete or unconditional approval.
Tick symbols can be represented using a variety of characters and emoji. In Unicode, there are several characters specifically designated as tick symbols, including the check mark (✓), heavy check mark (✔), and ballot box with check (☑️). These characters can be used in email, messaging, and other digital communication to convey the same meaning as physical tick symbols.
|Check/Tick Symbol||Name Of Check Symbol||Unicode|
|✅||WHITE HEAVY CHECK MARK||U+02705|
|✔||HEAVY CHECK MARK||U+02714|
|☑||BALLOT BOX WITH CHECK||U+02611|
|🗸||LIGHT CHECK MARK||U+1F5F8|
|⍻||NOT CHECK MARK||U+0237B|
|❎||NEGATIVE SQUARED - CROSS MARK||U+0274E|
|✖||HEAVY MULTIPLICATION X||U+02716|
|✘||HEAVY BALLOT X||U+02718|
|☒||BALLOT BOX WITH X||U+02612|