Users of Twitter will soon be able to bold and italicise text, according to Elon Musk.
Following his $44 billion buyout last year, the billionaire has been implementing a number of reforms at Twitter.
Some modifications, like the monetisation of the blue tick, may not be liked by everyone, but others are practical and have been requested by users for years.
The capability to post text in bold and italics is one of them.
Musk acknowledged that this feature might be released soon.
On Monday, Jan. 9, user @greg16676835420, who is an investor and creator of the NFT collection called “The Multiverse of gregs”, tweeted that Musk had said that users will “soon be able” to bold and italicize on Twitter.
Musk then replied: “Any minute now.”
At the moment, users can post tweets in bold and italics, but only via a third-party tool.