Select the text for which you want to change the font. This can be a range of characters, a few text blocks or a full story depending on the design app.
Choose which font you want to switch to in Typeface and drag the font to your design document. Typeface will switch the font of the currently selected text.
That’s it, there is no step three. You can drag another font to try a different style. Or tweak the font settings in the design app to your liking.
Your favorite design app not on the list?
Applications that make use of Rich Text Format may be supported out of the box, such as Apple Mail or FreeForm. Just select some text and drag and drop a font onto the document. Typeface will automatically show a notification message if it fails to switch the font.
Some applications may not allow communication with Typeface, so switching fonts is not possible. For example web apps don’t support native macOS features that are required for automatically changing fonts.
Send a support message to ask if an app that’s not on the list can be supported.