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There are a few simple things to think about when making your first post.

 

The rich text editor

You can enhance your regular posting by adding additional thing such as links to your text, or images such as charts which you have saved from your IG trading platform, or saves from external sources. Below is a list of how to get the most from your post. 

 

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B - Add a little bit of boldness to your text

I - Add some italics if you need. Maybe a quote or something you want emphasized? 

U - Need to draw attention to something? Make it underlined.

S - Sometimes you may want to strike though something

! - And you can also...

 

...add a spoiler

</> - for some HTML 

:) - Its 2017 ... emojis. Sorry about this one. :smileyindifferent:

Chain - Use this to add a hyperlink

Photos - self explanatory 

Videos - self explanatory 

 

  1. For numbered points
  • For bullet points

Font - Change your font to whatever you want

Size - or the size if required

A - add a bit of color 

 

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