Creating lists #
Tasks list #
Create tasks in a page by selecting the checkbox icon on the panel or using cmd/ctrl + shift + c.
Numbered list #
Create numbered lists in a page. Just select the numbered list icon on the panel or use cmd/ctrl + shift + 7.
Bulleted list #
Create bulleted lists in a page. To do this, select the bulleted list icon on the panel or use cmd/ctrl + shift + 8.
How to add a subtask and create multilevel lists? #
- Select Add subtask from the task menu.
👆Note: You can also use the Tab key.
How to add a page to a task? #
- Select Add subtext in the task menu or press Shift + Enter.
How to create multilevel lists #
We work to make your page more functional. Create lists 👉 numbered, bulleted or checkbox 👈 and make them multilevel.
✅ You can use these lists for your personal needs (buying products or packing bags) or business (write down main tasks and add subtasks to them).
To collapse, place the cursor over the list’s first item and click the arrow 🔽 that appears. A second click on the arrow will expand it.
How to add a subtask and create multilevel lists on mobile? #
- Use the checkbox/bulleted/numbered list.
- Go to the next line using Enter.
- Press the Indent icon.
Can tasks be swapped? #
Yes, since each task is a separate unit. You can move them around just like the other blocks.
- Click on the menu and move the list by holding it.
How to collapse, expand or move lists? #
- You can easily collapse / expand lists by clicking on the triangle next to the block.
- You can also move the list by dragging it.
The icons or number of list items appears in a frame. This means that there are sublists on the list. Hover over the list item to see the arrow icon designed for collapsing or expanding lists.
👆Note: If there are sublists on the list, then the list’s parent item will be transferred along with the sublist. The same applies to deletion.
If you have several nesting levels and the list is too long, then reading becomes difficult, and you have to continually collapse and expand sublists.
For these cases, you can use options Collapse All and Expand All. With one click, you can collapse the entire list with sublists. With a second click, you can expand everything.