How to Change the Font on Your Twitter

Ever wondered how someone changed the font on their profile or bio? I did for years!
Michael Michael (130)
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For years I noticed certain Twitter profiles would use these super interesting fonts that weren't available to me. How did they get that font?

It turns out, like most things, the answer was much simpler than I thought. You simply add a keyboard to your iPhone.

With one simple tool, you can choose to change your Twitter name or bio font - and you can even mix different fonts in one box!

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Fonts for Twitter Lingojam

Head over to Lingojam's Twitter fonts tool .

This is nearly the same converter we described in our guide on changing your Instagram font.

Michael at font Twitter profile Lingojam text

You can choose to copy and paste an entire section into the box, if you only want to use one of the new fonts.

If you'd like to use multiple fonts, however, then you'll need to do this in stages like I did to achieve the Twitter profile name at the beginning of the guide. (Simply repeat step 2, step 3 and step 4 for each portion of the text in a new font.)

Highlighted font in Lingojam Twitter

Highlight the font you want to use and copy the text.

Pasted custom font into Twitter profile

Paste the highlighted text into your Twitter profile or bio. It should appear as the new font.

Michael at howchoo twitter profile with new font

In order to achieve the kind of effect you see here, you'll need to copy and paste your Twitter profile fonts in stages.

Michael at Howchoo Twitter profile with new font

Check to make sure the changed profile fonts appear the way you intended!

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A maker at heart, Michael loves all things DIY. Michael is an award-winning poet, writer, and editor. He has published two books of poetry and has writing in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, New York Magazine, The New Yorker, and many others. He has taught writing at colleges across the country, and managed many leading literary magazines to national prominence. Now, he's excited to devote his energies full time to Howchoo. He currently resides in the Tampa-area with his wife and puppy.
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