How to Change Font Size on Twitter

Convenience in using social media is not only seen from the appearance, but also includes the font size. If the size is too small or too large, it will certainly feel uncomfortable when reading all the text. Therefore, it is necessary for the user to rearrange it according to the comfort of sight.

Because every human vision is not always the same. Some feel familiar with large or small writing. And thankfully, most social media have provided an option to change the font size.

On Twitter, the displayed font size will differ from the settings in your phone settings. However, Twitter also provides the option to change the font size as desired without destroying the appearance of the page.

Tutorial to Change Font Size on Twitter

It’s around 5 levels in setting the font size on Twitter. Starting from the smallest, to the largest. You can choose according to your convenience. And here’s how to do it:

  1. Go to the Twitter website and log in to your account.

  2. Then click menu More.

    Click the full menu

  3. And select on the menu Appearance.

    Select Display Menu

  4. In section font sizeyou can adjust the font size by level.

    Changing Font Size on Twitter

  5. If you have set it, click the button Selesai to save the settings.

By default, Twitter sets the font size to the second level, which I think is currently. And the higher the level you set, the larger the font size will be.

Meanwhile, if you set it from your phone, it’s definitely a menu More won’t show up. So you just need to press the profile icon and then select menu Appearance. After that please change the font size.

Also read: How to Change Email on Twitter Account

Changing Font Size from Browser

You can use this method as an alternative. So any browser on a desktop device can do zoom text on a website simply by pressing the following key combination:

ZOOM IN: CTRL+MOUSEWHEELUP
ZOOM OUT: CTRL+MOUSEWHEELDOWN

And this method only works on PC devices. However, doing this will only have a temporary effect. Because usually when closing the browser will return the settings to the beginning.

The rest I actually recommend using the first method because the settings are stored in the cookies browsers. So that setting will disappear only when you logout from a Twitter account or switch devices to log in.

Hopefully useful and good luck