Do you want to surprise your contacts by adding different fonts to your GBWhatsApp chats? Well it’s easy, here’s how to get it.
Changing your phone’s typography or font is pretty easy today. Most devices already come standard with several fonts. But just because we see a font on the screen doesn’t mean the people we’re communicating with via chat will also see it.
If we want to change the font in GBWhatsApp chats, we will have to use a special keyboard.
How to use different fonts in GBWhatsApp
Using this trick to modify the font of our GBWhatsApp chat is very easy. We can use not just one alternative source, but hundreds. However, we will have to use the fonts app.
After downloading and installing on your device, you need to do the following:
- Open the font application.
- Click the Activate button on the font keyboard.
- Activate fonts (on-screen keyboard available) in the menu below.
- Exit and re-enter Fonts, then tap the second button on the main screen to switch to Fonts.
- Select a font from the drop-down menu to use the app as your primary keyboard.
- If you wish, you can test multiple keyboards in the following screen.
Once this is done, it’s time to test the fonts in GBWhatsApp. If we all do it right, the font keyboard will appear directly when the chat text box is clicked.
To select the different fonts available, just swipe the horizontal menu from right to left. Once you see a font you like, just click on it and start typing. Both us and the recipient of the message will see the message written in the selected font.
How to write in different formats on GBWhatsApp
What GBWhatsApp includes is support for changing the font format. That is, write in bold, italics, strikethrough, and monospace (typewriter). However, there is no specific button, instead a combination of special characters must be used. The implementation is as follows:
- Bold: Write text between asterisks. Example: Malawida.
- Italic: Write text between underscores. Example: malavida.
- Strikethrough: Text written between tildes. Example: ~malavida~.
- Monospaced: Write text between three backticks Example:
It can be a bit complicated, but all of these formats can be combined as desired. There are many uses for this feature, although there is currently no button to automatically change the format.