The notebook widget focuses on usability and is designed to be as simple as possible to bring a familiar editing experience to regular users. It is based on Tiptap.dev and supports most of its features.
When the permissions of the user allows it, you can enter the editing of the text by clicking the following button in the top right.
You can then decide to save your changes or cancel them to exit editing, using the buttons placed in the same location.
Notebook toolbar functions
The notebook offers a variaty of functions to edit the text and more.
🟥 Common text formatting
|Makes the selected text bold
|Tilts the selected text
|Puts a bar through the selected text
|Changes the color of the text
|Colored highlight text
|Highlights the text with a chosen color
|Elevates the text to a box
|Erases any of the preceding function's effects on the selected text
Choose a heading size for the line, making the text bigger. Working like titles and sub-titles.
🟨 Text Alignement
Select the alignement on the line. Left, center or right.
🟩 Misc functions
Puts the current line in a quoting block.
Adds a line that goes from the far right to the far left as a separator.
Simple list with a dot preceding each element.
List with numbers preceding each element.
List with a checkbox on each element.
When you are currently in a list of any sort, the last 2 buttons will appear and will allow you to change the indentation of the current list item.
🟪 Insert functions
The first buttons is to insert a link, or edit an existing link. The link will be applied on the selected text.
Pasting a link directly into the text will automatically put the link anchor on it too.
The second button will remove the link while leaving the text intact.
This is the modal for the link, The little button in the textbox can be clicked to make the link open in a new tab.
You can use a normal link to an image or you can also use locally stored images.
The aspect ratio will always be respected, so only the width field is necessary. You can provide a value in a plain number or you can also use percents to have your image size dynamically change on different screens.
This last control allows you to add a table, for which you can determine the number of columns and row before inserting it.
Clicking that button while in a table will delete it.
While in a table, further controls will appear to help edit the table.
The first one will color the background of the selected cells.
The second will merge selected cells.
All the following ones are for editing the wize of the table:
- Add column on the right
- Add column on the left
- Delete Column
- Add row on top
- Add row below
- Delete Row
Adding the widget
Please check out our documentation on how to add a widget.
Both media requests widget have the same configurations.
|Show the toolbar to help you write markdown
|Upon editing, enables a toolbar at the top with document editing functions.
|yes / no
|Allow check in read only mode
|Allows the ability to check the boxes from checklists outside of editing
|yes / no