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Ever wanted to use bold or italics in a tweet? Or a strikethrough, in a Facebook update? Or to use a special character of some kind? Well here’s your chance… 

It’s Friday, so I thought I’d cobble together a throwaway post based around the different text styles you can use on Twitter. Click on an image to go to the appropriate text rendering tool. 

Apologies if this leads to a spate of nonsensical, illegible tweets. 

Unicode… so much to answer for.

Strikethrough

Flip

 

Underline

 

Tiny text

Small caps

Bubble

 

Spaced out

  

Bold / italic

Wavy

 

Unicode character table

*Warning: overuse may result in a loss of followers.

Chris Lake

Published 4 April, 2014 by Chris Lake

Chris Lake is CEO at EmpiricalProof, and former Director of Content at Econsultancy. Follow him on Twitter, Google+ or connect via Linkedin.

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