In this support article, we cover the following topics:
The Article Body toolbar allows you to format your posts in a variety of ways to make it easier to convey information. It makes it possible for you to change the alignment of your text, add bulleted or numbered lists, insert tables or code samples, express yourself with emoticons, add images, etc. We’ll walk you through how the process of using some of the toolbar features.
Expanding the toolbar
In order to see all the formatting options that you have, you need to make sure that the toolbar has been expanded. If you are only seeing one row, the second row is hidden, and you need to click on the button with the three dots to expand the toolbar.
Use this feature, which can be found on the right side of the bar, to see what your post will look like, once it has been posted.
Table of contents
For longer pieces of contents, such as tutorials or this article, you also have the option to create a table of contents, in order to provide readers with clickable links to each section that they would like to read. First, you need to click on the Table of Contents icon, then you can choose your setup options. You will need to format each section heading as a Heading, in order for the table of contents to show at the top of your post.
You can select from over 2500 emoticons in 8 categories. In order to insert an emoticon, simply click on the respective icon and choose from the menu.
Inserting and editing media
Upload images or use images from your account album and change their alignment and size in-line.
There are multiple options for inserting an image with the toolbar. Once you click on the camera icon, you will see a pop-up that allows you to choose from the following tabs:
Before inserting the image, you can select a folder to save the image to, select how big you want it to be displayed, and choose its alignment before clicking on the Done button.
Copy and paste a link to a video and adjust its size and alignment.
You can also insert and edit tables. Simply select the amount of rows and columns in the Table menu to create a new table.
<li><strong>Lists:</strong> Create bulleted or numbered lists.</li> <li><strong>Indents:</strong> You can use left or right indents.</li>