How to create lists—bulleted, numbered, and tasks
Lists just make some types of content easier to read.
In Speare, you can make lists simply by entering words or phrases in individual building blocks as depicted in the image below.
However, if you want to create bulleted, numbered and task lists managed by Speare, you need to nest the list items under a parent building block, so that the list looks like the following.
Checkmark the parent block
Click the list dropdown icon
Select the "Numbered list" menu item
Speare automatically assigns list numbers to each item under a parent block that has been set as a "Numbered list".
Now when you reorder the list or add or remove items from the list, Speare manages the numbered order automatically.
When the list is collapsed, you can see how many items are in the collapsed list. In the following case, there are 10 items in the numbered list.
To make this list a multi-tiered list, you can either nest new items under the existing list items or you can take some of the existing items and nest them under their siblings as in the following example.
Notice that in the above image Speare automatically numbered the second level building blocks but didn't number the third tier.
Checkmark each of the four 2nd level items
Click the list dropdown
Select the "Bullet list" menu item
as shown in the image below.
Note: you can deeply nest building blocks, but the list setting on a parent building block only applies to its immediate children building blocks.
A task list is a list of items that has a checkbox to the left of each item. The checkbox can be checked or unchecked to indicate that it is crossed off the list or still an active item, respectively.
Click the first level building block
Click the list drop down icon
Click the "Task list" menu item
The above task list has 4 tasks in it with bulleted items nested under each of the four tasks.
DEEPLY NESTED TASK LISTS
If we wanted to turn each of the bulleted items into tasks themselves, we can checkmark each of the 4 tasks and set them each as task lists to create "deeply nested task lists."
Follow the 3 steps in the image below...
In a deeply nested task list, you cannot check or uncheck the parent tasks. The parent tasks are checked or unchecked based on the nested items that are checked as shown in the image below.
When you create deeply nested task lists, you can see how many of the tasks are completed even when children tasks are collapsed.
Explore different combinations of lists to learn how to build the lists that work best for you.