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Doodle lets you create card with message

'Happy Mother's Day 2020': Doodle memungkinkan Anda membuat kartu dengan pesan

In celebration of Mother’s Day 2020, Google launched a Doodle this Sunday (10) that allows you to create and send virtual cards with messages. According to the Search Giant, the initiative came after a 160% increase in searches worldwide since last week for «homemade Mother’s Day card» and similar terms this holiday. In creating this, the user has digital elements based on real-life crafts. After making, it is possible to send the gift to mothers, wives, in-laws, sisters and friends via Facebook and Twitter or using a direct link.

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You can also create versions of these cards as GIFs using the Gboard and Tenor keyboard. In this period of quarantine due to the new coronavirus (Covid-19), the initiative should be useful for children who are distant from their relatives due to social isolation.

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1 of 1 Google launches Doodle that allows you to create virtual cards for Mother’s Day – Photo: Disclosure / Google

Google launches Doodle that allows you to create virtual cards for Mother’s Day – Photo: Disclosure / Google

How does this Doodle work?

When clicking on the “play” symbol in the center of Doodle, the user is directed to a new page on which he will start creating his art. Four colors of paper, elements such as pasta, buttons, shells and drawn animals are available for use. They are stamped on the virtual paper and can be undone or erased with the eraser. By clicking on the trash, you can start from scratch. Once completed, the cards can be shared via Facebook, Twitter or via a direct link.

Google launches Doodle that allows you to create virtual cards for Mother’s Day – Photo: Disclosure / Google

Annually, Mother’s Day is a date celebrated with the aim of honoring the maternal family figure. This celebration varies according to each country, and in Brazil it always takes place on the second Sunday of May. Officially, the national determination that separates a day on the calendar for mothers comes from Decree No. 21.366 of May 5, 1932.

Remember the story of the Doodles below:

The history of Google Doodles

The history of Google Doodles