How to highlight text in a document

Document created by galit.ganor on Dec 17, 2015Last modified by Dameon Welch Abernathy on Jul 23, 2017
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In the community you can easily highlight important messages in your text.

Using this will help the users see what matters and is most important in the text.

 

Editing your documents

 

It is best to edit the documents directly in Jive. When copying test it is best to delete all styles How to delete styles

and then use Bold and other colors.

 

Do not use to many colors so your document will not look like a Christmas Tree

 

Use Bullets to highlight points

  • The first thing
  • The Second Thing
  • The Third thing

 

Use the spell checker to make sure there are no spelling mistakes

 

Additional formatting options can be seen in the editor

 

Create headings in the document

 

have a look at How to create headings and a table of contents

 

Bring the readers attention to important messages

 

To emphasis a tip use Alert > Success

 

This is a great tip! Do not forget it

 

To make sure everyone notices important information  use Alert > Information

 

This is important information you should be aware of

 

To bring the readers attention to something use Alert > Warning

 

Do not restart the machine before you backup the information

To make notify them of a danger use Alert > Danger

If you restart without backup all the content will be deleted

 

Mark the content using flags

 

Use the Flag > New for new content in a working document

 

New

 

 

Use the flag > Updated for updated content in a working document

 

Updated

 

 

Make your document happy

 

In Jive there are many emotion icons that you can use to deliver your message clearly.

 

Not that at the bottom of the list there are some "work related icons" that will make your work more visible:

 

  Mark something as done or completed

  Mark something as needed to be completed

Bring to someones attention

Add new information

 

and more...

 

 

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