Give your projects a sense of structure by using text elements with predefined styles and a typographic hierarchy. This will allow your audience to navigate and understand your ideas more efficiently.
- From the project editor, click on the Add text button on the left-side toolbar.
- Choose a text element, then drag and drop it onto the canvas.
- Start typing right away, or double-click on the text object at any time to enter your text.
These are the available text objects:
- Title: Used as a primary heading to name the project.
- Subtitle: Used as a secondary heading to name sub-sections in your project.
- Body text: Usually the most read text element on the page. Make sure to derive other text element sizes from the body text size.
- Caption text: Highlights the essence of a chart or map. Captions can be written in just a few words or a few sentences. Keep it short to make it most effective.
- Quote: A reproduction of what another person said or wrote. For example, use quotes to convey customer reviews.
- Facts & Figures and Centered fact and figure: Both elements are text-based charts with icons. Best used to highlight interesting facts.
- Table chart: A great option for displaying data with both textual and numeric columns. Read more on it here.
Check out our other articles to see how to edit and resize text objects, as well as add graphic elements that contain text.