How to format a comment or message

The Twist composer is currently not available on mobile devices. Sorry about that! Instead, you can format your comments or messages by using Markdown.

Use our handy composer to create compelling, well thought-out, and easy to understand posts and messages!

Composing a post

Guide to start using the Twist composer

If you're not completely sure what the icons at the bottom of the composer do, make sure to check out the overview below (and click the links to learn even more!):

Text formatting

In order to bring up formatting options, highlight the text you would like to format and choose one of the options below:

  • Web-Format-bold.svg Make your text bold
  • Web-Format-italic.svg Make your text italic
  • Web-Format-strikethrough.svg Make your text strikethrough
  • Web-Format-h1.svg Make your text Heading 1 size

  • Web-Format-h2.svg Make your text Heading 2 size
  • Web-Format-quote.svg Turn your text into a quote
  • Web-Format-code.svg Turn your text into code
  • Web-Format-list-bulleted.svg Create a bulleted list
  • Web-Format-list-numbered.svg Create a numbered list
  • Web-Link.svg Add a link
If you would like to add an image to your comment or message, you can simply copy-paste it or drag-and-drop it to where you want the image to appear.

Using Markdown in Twist

You also have the option to use markdown syntax. If you’re unfamiliar with markdown, you can learn it in 60 seconds at CommonMark or check out the overview below:









# Heading 1


## Heading 2


* One

* Two

* Three

  • One
  • Two
  • Three

1. One 

2. Two

3. Three

1. One

2. Two

3. Three

> quote


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