I. Function overview
Docs supports numbered and bulleted lists to display content in a well-organized style.
- •Numbered list: Items are numbered to indicate their order. A numbered list can contain three numbering levels, starting from 1, a, and i, respectively
- •Bulleted list: Items begin with bullet characters. A bulleted list can contain three bullet levels, namely ●, ○, and ■.
Insert a list
- •+ toolbar: Hover your cursor over a blank area in a Doc and select numbered list or bulleted list in the + toolbar to insert.
- •Markdown syntax: You can use the “1. + space” syntax to create a numbered list, and use the “- space” or “* space” syntax to create a bulleted list.
Increase or decrease a level
You can use the Tab key to increase a level and use the Shift + Tab key combination to decrease a level.
Q: How can I type letters or Roman numerals for a numbered series in a numbered list?
A: In a numbered list, items of the first level begin with numbers, those of the second level begin with letters, and those of the third level begin with Roman numerals. Therefore, you can press the Tab key at the first numbering level to increase the level. The new level is indented farther than its parent level. For detailed procedure, see the “Increase or decrease a level” section above.
Q: How can I type white circles (○) or black square symbols (■) in a bulleted list?
A: In a bulleted list, items of the first level begin with black circles (●), those of the second level begin with white circles (○), and those of the third level begin with black square symbols (■).
Q: How can I adjust the numbering of a numbered list?
A: Docs supports automatic and manual adjustment of the numbering style of a numbered list. Click here to learn more.
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