Gen Z is all about personalisation and customization. We like things according to our unique way. We all try to add that touch to make it more personal and relatable. From our wallpapers to WhatsApp background. But what about the fonts? Are we going to remain stuck in the age-old Calibri or Times New Roman? Well, worry not my fellow Gen Z’s, we can easily tweak our WhatsApp font with just a few clicks. Here is how Change font style on WhatsApp; –
If you want a bold text- Advertisement -
Place the content of your message within the asterisk (*) marks. When you’ll hit send, the text would turn bold.
- If you want to italicize
Place the text within the underscore ‘_’ and your text will italicize.
If you want to strikethrough
Type the text you want to strike through within tilde ‘~’ and your text will be struck through.
If you want typewriter font
Another way to change font style on WhatsApp is by Typing the text you want in a typewriter or monospace font within the three backticks ‘“`’
However, backticks are not available in standard iPhone/Android keyboards so there is a second method iOS users can do.
In the text area where you’re composing your message, tap it. Select the text you want in Monospace font by tapping the ‘Select’ option from the pop-up menu bar. If you’re using an iPhone, go to the [B I U] pop-up menu and choose ‘Monospace.’ Alternatively, on an Android phone, pick the ‘three-dots’ icon and then ‘Monospace’.
These were some of the ways one can easily customise or change font style on WhatsApp. You can also mix the above styles. For instance, writing in bold and italics together. The thing you need to keep in mind is the opening and closing of the text bracket and the space between the two.
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