There is a substack format.

Italics, Code, Hyperlink, image, and Divider Line are included.

Pressing the letter “B” will make bold text. It was bold.

The letter I will create italicized text if you press it. Italics.

The text will be rendered in code if you press the “>” icon. The code can be changed.

Pressing the icon will cause it to turn off. There is a hyperlink.

You can use the insert image icon to upload an image. Substack can be slow when it comes to uploading GIFs, but this will work for it. It is a image.

The button on the horizontal dividing rule will insert a horizontal line that acts as a separator. TheDividing Line is horizontal.

There are buttons. The Divider Line is used in an article.

There is a button labeled “Subscribe Now.” Readers can view the free and paid options on the landing page with this button. The buttons feature is one of the most distinctive features of the Substack editor. The drop down menu will appear if you click on the buttons icon.

There is a landing page. The sample button is small.

The settings button is located in the upper right hand corner of your Substack account. Click the manage button next to the Special offers section if you scroll down. A button promotes a discount or promotion. Before you create this button, you must create a special offer.

A custom button will be produced by this. Once you have created a special offer, you can click on the special offer button and choose your special offer.

The sample button is small. Readers can gift a subscription to your publication with this button.

The sample button is small. The view comments button is useful if you want to direct readers to the comments section of the article. Readers who click on the button will be able to view a full page layout comments section, making the comments easier to read.

When you insert the share this post button, it will produce a button that will allow you to share a newsletter post on social media. There is a Comments Section on the full page.

Pop-up window when share button is clicked The sample button is small.

The custom button is a button where you can easily change the text of the button and send readers a hyperlink when they click it. It can be useful to direct readers to important resources. This button creates a similar button to the one above. The only difference is that this promotes the entire newsletter.

The style button in the Substack editor can be used to change the levels of headings in your articles. There are six levels of headings. A heading element implies all the changes in the style of the text, as well as any white space necessary to render the heading. H1 is the highest level and H6 the least important of the heading elements. For example: Style.

An example is an article with multiple heading elements. Search engines use headings to index the structure and content of your web pages. Users skim a page by its headings in newsletters. It is important to show the document’s structure with headings.

Bulleted and numbered lists can be created with Substack. There are custom lists.

Click on the bullet list icon in the Substack editor to create a bulleted list. A bulleted list.

Click on the bullet list icon in the Substack editor to create a numbered list. There is a numbered list.

A block quotation is a direct quotation that is not placed inside quotation marks, but instead is set off from the rest of the text by starting it on a new line and leaving the left margin. Block quotations can be used to feature long blocks of text containing quotes or as a tool to feature certain content. There are block quotes.

Substack’s editor makes it easy to create block quotes. The only thing you need to do is click on the quotation icon, labeled “wrap in a block quote”, as seen below.