With the new update, some improvements have been made in the briefing area and editor of the platform. A new functionality now allows you to easily and quickly add keywords and questions for the outline. There is also a new enumeration option in the editor to make lists easier to read. In addition, the filter option in the article list has been improved. You can now filter the list according to a specific topic and find the articles you are looking for more quickly. Read on to get helpful information about the new update!
Simplifications in the brief area
In the brief area, you still have the option of creating an outline based on the selected keywords and questions in Explore. However, there is now a faster way to add custom keywords and questions. To do this, create a new custom subtopic. Alternatively, you can use the “+” button to add questions or keywords under an already existing subtopic.
By pressing the “+” button, an input field opens in which you can enter keywords and questions as usual. What is new, however, is that you can type in several keywords or questions at the same time within one input field. You simply separate the individual keywords or questions from each other with commas and then press Enter. This creates all keywords or questions as separate fields in the outline. Thus they can be edited independently of each other.
The delete function for the created outline has also been added. To delete the complete current outline, click on the “Delete headlines” button, which can be recognized by the recycle bin icon. After confirming the process again, the outline will be deleted.
New functions in the editor
With the new update, images in webp format can now be inserted into articles. The use of this format for images can reduce the loading time of the respective website.
In addition, the enumeration functionality has been expanded to ensure even better better readability of lists. It is now possible to nest key points on two levels. To use this function, first click on the “Bulleted list” button in the toolbar. Then enter text after the first bullet point. Then press Enter to jump to the next line and then immediately press the tab key. This moves the next bullet point to the right to the second level. By pressing the Enter key again, you can add another point on the second level. To return to the first level of the enumeration press the Enter key twice.
If you want to move text from one level to the next higher level within the bulleted list, use the following useful shortcut. First click with the mouse between the bullet point and the text. Then hold down the Shift key and press the Tab key. This action will move your text to the next higher level.
Filter options in the article list
As a user of a Neuraverse, you now have the option of filtering the complete article list according to a specific topic. This makes the search easier, especially in projects or organizations with many articles. If you are in the article list of a project click on the “+Filter” button to use the filter. You can now select the “Topics” filter. You can choose between the options “is”, “is not”,”is empty” or “is not empty”. Below this, the corresponding topics from the Neuraverse are listed.
By clicking on one of the topics, it is selected and used for the filter.Now only the articles that use the selected topic are displayed in the list. This allows you, for example, to find the articles that belong to topic X.
Have fun trying out the new feature!