Speare Support posted on Feb 13 2017 3:08AM

Creating links to other documents in your thought library

Example: [Custom Caption] (URL to document in your thought library)

You may find that sometimes you want to create documents that make reference to other documents in your thought library.

Here is an example of what a document link looks like...

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The first step

You must first have documents in your thought library. You can find these documents by selecting the "hamburger" icon in the top left corner of the app and selecting the "Draft" menu item. This will display a list of all the drafts you've created in your thought library.

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The next step

Click the link to the document you want to link to and copy the URL from the address bar in your browser. Then follow the HOW TO steps below to build the link to your document.

HOW TO
  1. Put the caption you want to use in open and close brackets [ ].

  2. Put the "!" and document caption in the open and close parenthesis (! ).

  3. Make sure there is no space between the close bracket and open parenthesis.

EXAMPLE

If you have a document titled, "The Secrets to Writing are Amazingly Simple," you would put your custom title in open and closed brackets like this [Amazing Writing Secrets] and then put the link to the document in parenthesis like this (http://speare.com/@support/how-to/write-in-speare). The link should look like the following.

[Amazing Writing Secrets] (http://speare.com/@support/how-to/write-in-speare)

Note: Make sure there is no space between the close bracket and the open parenthesis in the link.