Instagram is a photo-centric social network, so it limits the number of characters in different page blocks (post, bio (profile header), comment). When planning content for your blog, you need to know how many characters you can use when writing posts, commenting on them, as well as when filling out a name or profile header.
So, how many characters are allowed in an Instagram post? The limit is 2200 characters per post.
And how many characters are in the profile header (bio) on Instagram? When adding information to the profile header (bio), you will need to fit the required information into 150 characters.
There is also a character limit for comments - you cannot write a comment on a post with less than two characters, but you cannot exceed the threshold of 1000 characters.
Our online font generator works by creating different text styles using a variety of Unicode characters. So technically our Instagram font generator does not create fonts, but generates Unicode compatible glyphs (special character form) with Instagram.
The term "font" actually refers to a set of graphics that correspond to some or all of the Unicode glyphs. You have probably heard of "Comic Sans" and "Arial" - these are fonts similar to those that our Instagram font generator generates when creating this or that text, emoji or emoticons. All the information that you copy and paste when using our online font generator is actually the characters that are present in each font. So italic text and other fancy letters that you create for later use on your Instagram are actually separate characters.
So what are these special "fonts" for? With Unicode characters that look like a certain font or have a certain style (e.g. bold, italic, underline, inverted) you can "imitate" a beautiful font in your profile header (bio) or in your Instagram posts.