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Elon Musk set to roll out new feature that enables users to use bold and italicised words while tweeting

Elon Musk intends to roll out a new feature that would enable the users to use bold and italicised words while tweeting.

By wasmulhaq 
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San Francisco: Since taking over as Twitter’s new owner, Elon Musk has made a number of changes to the microblogging platform. Job cuts, paid blue-tick verification, content moderation, and appeasing advertisers were the first steps.

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As of late, “Chief Twit” has made it known that he intends to roll out a new feature that would enable the users to use bold and italicised words while tweeting.

Many users commented on how happy they were about the change. “We’ve wanted this for so long, this is crazy,” one person exclaimed. Another individual said, “BOLD Move, Elon.”

The fact that users can still post bold or italicised text on Twitter is still true. However, you must do so by using third-party Unicode text tools, which produce tweet text in italics or bold by using HTML codes.

However, there are currently no alternatives in the text input box to tweet in bold or italics, whether using the Twitter mobile application or the website version.

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Yesterday, the CEO of Twitter revealed that the platform’s user interface will shortly undergo a number of modifications. Tweeted Mr. Musk, “Later this week, a simple swipe right or left to switch between recommended and followed tweets will be available.” first phase of a far more comprehensive UI redesign. “A “bookmark button” (de facto a silent like) on tweet details will launch “a week later,” he said.

The Tesla and SpaceX chief also stated that users will have access to lengthy form tweets beginning in early February. In November, he had said, “Twitter is likely to add the ability to attach long-form text to tweets, ending the absurdity of notepad screenshots.”

 

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