I've tried all means to bold a phrase in the callout capsule, but all my efforts in getting it done was not successful. I wanted to use it as the subtitle for my hub. Please i need someone to kindly put me through.Also, how to increase the font size is another problem.
Thanks for sharing your expertise in this issue.
You can have a H2 header (text in the top field, ie capsule subtitle) or ordinary text in the lower field. The H2 header is as big as you will ever need. There are no other options that I know of.
If you write your caption in the Subtitle section instead of the text section of a callout capsule, it will come out bold and in big letters.
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