Best Practices for Text Resources

Sometimes, it's better to create your resources. We added a text-resource that allows you to further personalize your toolsets by adding your own posts, notes or quotes. This is a short explanation of how you get started with text resources.

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    This is a text resource

    See how you can add anything you'd like here? This is great for short blog posts (or long, if you choose to do so), quotes, or simple notes to yourself or your audience. Some users have even used this space as a transitional text from resource to resource inside of a toolset. The choice is yours! 

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    Create your text resource in our minimalist text editor

    Give your resource a title. Then, start writing your body text in the space provided. This works exactly like a regular text editor you would find anywhere on the web or in a word processor like the Microsoft Office package. You can also add links to other toolsets or external websites.&nbsp;<br><br>We stripped away all the design features of the editor so you can focus solely on writing content and posting.&nbsp;

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    Maybe a quote would work nicely here?

    How about this one from Michael Jordan: "I’ve missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. 26 times I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed." 

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    Select the "write text" option on the Add+ drop-down

    This works exactly how you add any other resource type. Instead of uploading a file or finding a link, you're going to click on "write text" under the drop-down. Then, you can get started writing your post.&nbsp;

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