My red flags: what are your red flags - personality quiz, how to take test and why it went viral explained

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The red flag emoji is available on the universal keyboard across all smartphones, including iPhones and Android

You may see the reg flag emoji pop up regularly on social media, with many using it to express their likes and dislikes.

But what does it mean, what is the red flag quiz and why has it gone viral?

Here’s what you need to know.

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What is the red flag emoji?

The red flag emoji is available on the universal keyboard across all smartphones including iPhones and Android.

Typically, it is used to represent a warning sign and has been commonly used to describe signs when something could be wrong.

What is the ‘red flags’ quiz?

The red flag emojis are recently being used on social media as a way for people to express their likes and dislikes.

The memes featuring the red flags have gained popularity, with personality quizzes developed in response.

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Red flag personality quizzes are currently trending for their questions such as family and parent relationship statuses, and also involve questions relating to zodiac signs and life goals.

One of the personality quizzes that has gone viral on the internet is called ‘What are your red flags?’.

The test comes from an online user named ‘Maks’ who created it on uQuiz, an interactive online platform and tool for creating quizzes on different topics.

The quiz starts with the question ‘What’s your relationship with your parents?’ and includes questions about people’s zodiac signs to how much water they drink and ultimate goals in life.

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The quiz is available on uQuiz or you can search for ‘what are your red flags’ on your search engine and the test is one of the first results that appear.

Users will need to fill in their names first, answer the 10 questions in the quiz and come up with a response to the creator in order to receive their results, with many people using the option of sharing their results with family and friends via other social media platforms.

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