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Writing and formatting numerous kinds of content on TypeStack is super easy- all you have to do is click on “Start Typing”, and our editor will come to your rescue.

Don’t worry; it wouldn’t hover over you; we want our writers to have an open space to think and create great content.

So, denizens of TypeStack, it’s time you meet our editor and see it in action by typing this page….

This editor comes with a bunch of awesome writing & formatting features. Let’s start with simple ones

Heading & Embeddings: where you get to put a heading or a subheading (H1 & H6) to your write-up, as it makes the content more readable and attractive to readers.



You can also embed different types of content by selecting and dragging from various platforms, such as Fb, Insta, Youtube, Twitter, Twitch, Miro, Vimeo, Gfycat, Imgur, Vine, Aparat, Yandex, Music, Coub, CodePen, and Pinterest.

You can also write a caption for the picture you've pasted.

Quote; because why not, if it highlights a piece where you want your readers’ attention.

"Everything is possible" - By unknown

Text; of course, you are getting the options to bolditalic, links, markerunderline, and all the other good stuff. Attachment; while writing a piece, if you feel like a picture, video, or document by someone should be there for a reference, attach it!


Button; with our editor comes a button that you can paste to increase your subscribers or to see how many readers are liking your content.

The aesthetics, features that will enhance the look of your blog

Image; since images are proven to bring in more readership, you can take advantage of this feature; you can paste images with your content. You can also play around with the placement and formats



With background:

Table; it can be one of the most important components of your content; our editor gives you a premade outline of a table that can be used, with or without headings.


Lists and Nested lists, obviously! With tables, you also have the option of making lists in ordered and unordered ways. In addition, you also have the option to write nested lists in ordered and unordered mode as well as without using either of these ways.



  1. Sonnets
  2. Monologues
  3. Dialogues


  • Sonnets
  • Monologues
  • Dialogues

Nested lists;


  1. Drama.
    1. Romeo and Juliet.
  2. Novels
    1. Pride and Prejudice
  3. Poems
    1. Daffodils


  • Drama
    • Romeo and Juliet
  • Novels
    • Pride and Prejudice
  • Poems
    • Saffodils

Checklist; it is pretty cool to have a list where you can tick mark your tasks or the features you’ve added to your content, so our editor gives you just that.

500 words articles.
1000 words articles.
1500 words articles

Delimiter; you can divide several sections of your content with the delimiter option of our editor.


It helps divide 2 sections of a paragraph, a whole blog, or whatever section you want to divide.

Code; our editor doesn’t limit itself to writers but expands around coders too. That’s why it can analyze the code and help coders write codes by choosing this particular option.

int main() { 
// printf() 
printf("Hello, World!"); 
return 0; 

We built our editor intending to give writers a clutter-free experience. So you can spill your thoughts out without hassles and simultaneously have great features at your disposal. 

Let’s get started on this exceptional journey!

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