All about numbered and bulleted lists in Setka Editor.
Studies show that a specific post structure can make it easier to understand and memorize the content. Lists fit this use case perfectly and can help you to structure your content better.
Converting a paragraph into a list
You can convert any paragraph or several paragraphs into a list.
To do that:
Click on the paragraph you wish to convert or select several by holding the CMD key (if you are using Mac) or the CTRLkey (if you are using Windows)
Three Paragraphs with short texts in Setka Editor interface
Click on the Add list button in your Side Toolbar
Bullet list in Setka Editor interface and "Add List" icon in the Side Toolbar in Setka Editor
You can also switch between two types of lists (numbered and bullet lists) via the list type selector in the Upper Contextual Toolbar.
List type selector in the Upper Contextual Toolbar in Setka Editor
To convert the list back to a paragraph, you can either press the Add list button again while the list is still in focus or open the Context menu with the right-click of your mouse and pick a "Flatten list option.
Context Menu in Setka Editor with "Flatten list" option highlighted
Adding new list
To add a new list, start a new paragraph and click the Add list button on the right panel:
Adding a new list
If you need to add a list above or below the grid, the Quick add menu can be used. To open it, hover the mouse above the grid and click the + button. The purple line above or below the grid will demonstrate where the list would be placed. If the nested grid is selected, the list can also be placed above or below the outer grid: