How to Do Superscript on Facebook
By Ryan Menezes
Superscript text contains small letters that appear above the type's baseline. Exponents ("²") appear in superscript text, as do ordinal indicators ("1ˢᵗ") and trademark symbols ("™"). Facebook offers no method for applying superscript to extended text in comments or regular posts. To apply this special formatting, add your text in the form of a Facebook note. For example, if you describe the terms of a promotional offer, you can use superscript in a Facebook note to link to details and disclaimers at the bottom of the page.
Open your Facebook business page in your Web browser. Click the down-arrow in the app pane below your page's cover photo to expand the pane.
Click the "+" on one of the ribbon's blank boxes to open a pop-up menu.
Click "Notes" to add the Notes app to your page.
Click the "Notes" box to open the app and then click the "Write a Note" button.
Type your post's text.
Type the following code before the text that you want to write in superscript:
Type the following code after the text that you want to write in superscript:
Click "Publish" to add the note to your page's wall.
If you need to type only a few letters in superscript, copy and paste them from an external page (link in Resources).
Ryan Menezes is a professional writer and blogger. He has a Bachelor of Science in journalism from Boston University and has written for the American Civil Liberties Union, the marketing firm InSegment and the project management service Assembla. He is also a member of Mensa and the American Parliamentary Debate Association.