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Product Writing Styleguide

Hello and welcome to Twitter’s product writing styleguide!

Product writing is its own beast, with different philosophies and strategies than brand or marketing writing. So we’ve created this document to give you specific guidance on how to write effectively for our products.

In it, you’ll find general product writing tips, Twitter-specific product writing guidelines, as well as plenty of examples on applying these guidelines in the wild.

What does it mean for you?

  • Content strategists: A primary resource for day-to-day work.
  • Designers: Resource for use in drafting words for mocks.
  • PMs and PMMs: Resource for alignment on how we talk to the customer.

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  • In-line feedback

    Give writers suggestions and corrections as they write, based on your Styleguide.

  • Tone

    Set formality, liveliness, and gendered language preferences.

  • Writing style

    Standardize on AP Stylebook, Chicago Manual of Style, or your specialized version.

  • Plain language

    Flag jargon and overly complex sentences.

  • Spelling & grammar

    Customize your spelling and grammar rules.

  • Plagiarism

    Ensure all submitted content is original work.

  • Compliance

    Redact sensitive user information.

  • Custom pages

    Create custom pages to give writers additional guidance.

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  • How to Start Creating Your Brand Styleguide

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