How To Change Font On WhatsApp

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In the world, WhatsApp is one of the most used messaging apps and it has over 1 billion downloads in over 180 countries. It is free and very easy to install as it easily sync. With WhatsApp,  you can chat, share your photos and videos, make free calls and video calls and more. Now you can also pay money on WhatsApp to your family and friends which features in UPI. WhatsApp Business makes it easier for you to chat with your clients too.  The set up requires you to grant Whatsapp access to your contacts so that it can automatically sync your contact list. There will be privacy and security to the user along with end-to-end encrypted chats.
WhatsApp is always  updated with new features and funny stuff, like you can add your stories and introduces various emojis which definitely gives more fun in chatting with your friends and family. 
For WhatsApp lovers, do you know you can change the font of the text you send on WhatsApp? Here in this tutorial, you will learn on how to Change Font Style in WhatsApp. So, lets get started.

Steps to Change Font Style in WhatsApp

Step 1: Open Your WhatsApp

Just tap the Whatsapp icon on your phone to open.

Step 2: Tap The Contacts Icon

On your Whatsapp, tap to open your contact list.

Step 3: Select A Contact

Now, select a contact from your contact list to open.

Step 4: Scroll Down And Tap Send Messages

In this step, you will have to scroll down the list and tap the contact to send them messages. It is basically located below the contacts information section.

Step 5: Tap The Text Field

Now you will have to tap the text field which is basically at the bottom of the screen.

Step 6: Write Your Message

Don't forget this is a practical. But you can write anything you want to send to your selected contact..

Step 7: Change The Text

This is the most important section of this tutorial. To change the font style, you will need to surround the text with specific symbols.
  • If you want to bold the text, then, add an asterisk (*) just before and after the text. For example, you want to write WhatsApp in bold, then you should write it like this 
    *WhatsApp* and remember not to use semicolons here. Enjoy!
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