We demonstrate modular modifications of the widely employed emitter 2,4,5,6-tetra(9H-carbazol-9-yl)isophthalonitrile (4CzIPN) by replacing one or both nitrile acceptors with oxadiazole groups via a tetrazole intermediate. This allows the introduction of various functional groups including halides, alkynes, alkenes, nitriles, esters, ethers and a protected amino acid while preserving the thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) properties. The substituents control the emission maximum of the corresponding emitters, ranging between 472–527 nm, and show high solid-state photoluminescence quantum yields up to 85%. The TADF emission of two compounds, 4CzCNOXDtBu and 4CzdOXDtBu, a mono- and a bis-oxadiazole substituted 4CzIPN is characterized in detail by time- and temperaturedependent photoluminescence. Solution-processed OLEDs comprising 4CzCNOXDtBu and 4CzdOXDtBu show a significant blue-shift of the emission compared to the reference 4CzIPN, with external quantum efficiencies of 16%, 5.9% and 17% at 100 cdm⁻², respectively.