1. Find the tweet you want to share.
2. Copy the text you want in bold and paste it into a search box.
3. Find the tweet on a list of results, open it, and make a screenshot.
So far, Twitter doesn’t offer an option to use bold or italic text in tweets. Some users try to generate bold font effect with Unicode characters, but this is pretty difficult and time-consuming. Others use bold text generator from Yay Text.
If you want to highlight a part of your or someone else’s tweet by using a bold font, you can do it much easier.
We will use the Twitter’s feature that shows in bold style the parts of tweets that match your search phrase.
How to show a bold font in a tweet screenshot
1. Open your mobile Twitter app.
2. Find the tweet you want to share.
3. Copy the text you want to see in a bold face.
4. Paste this text into Twitter’s search box. Use quotes to see exact text matches.
5. Open the tweet and make a screenshot.
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