Fonts are one of the most important components of design.
Google Fonts has more than 1400 professional web fonts, all can be used for free to immediately add a nice touch to your entire report.
But in Looker Studio, we only have access to ~40 fonts, including the usual suspects like Arial, Times New Roman, Tahoma, Comic Sans, etc.
This, in my opinion, brings down the number of useful, designer friendly fonts down to maybe around 10, and I haven't yet found a way to use custom Google Fonts inside the charts.
But today, I'm going to show you how to use any Google Font in your titles to differentiate the design of your report and make it look professional and on-brand.
To do this, we need to use a simple community component, which we initially developed at Siavak to use in our client reports.
Note: It’s not currently possible to use custom Google Fonts in built-in charts or tables.