Glyphs panel is used to insert punctuation, superscript & subscript characters, currency symbols, numbers, specialized characters, as well as glyphs from other languages into text in Photoshop.
To enter a glyph in an active text layer, do the following:
- Use the Text tool to place an insertion point where you want to place the glyph.
- Double-click a glyph in the Glyphs panel.
- The Glyphs panel supports Latin, Greek, and Cyrillic scripts. There is limited support for Hebrew, Arabic, and other complex scripts, such as Indic scripts.
- For each font, the glyphs are organized into different categories, such as Basic Latin, Latin A, Latin B, Numbers, Currencies, Symbols, etc.
- Glyphs are also organized by the OpenType features that the font supports, such as Alternates, Ornaments, Swash, Numerators, Denominators, Stylish Sets, Tabular Figures, Ordinals, etc.
To choose some amazing special characters like phone symbols choose your font as webdings or any of the versions of wingdings.