Document Tab

The document tab is a great tool for teaching many different subjects. Similarly to our other tabs, the document tab is also a collaborative tool for you and your student to use whenever you need a more structured writing experience. Check out our video tutorial below for a quick overview of the document tab, and learn more about it in this guide:

Open a new Document Tab when in the Space using the "+" icon in the top left corner. Click New Document Tab. When you have created a new document tab, you are able to write, edit and collaborate with your students as you would on Google Docs. 

The toolbar options allow you to (In order of appearance):

  • Change the font size to 
    • Normal
    • Large

    • Huge

  • Change your text to be
    • Bold
    • Italic
    • Underlined
    • Strikethrough
    • Highlighted
  • Add a Horizontal line as a separator

Change the font size and style to give a unique look to your document and to help separate titles and subtitles or exercises:

The Document tab also supports ordered and unordered lists, so it's easy to keep track of the exercises! 

You can rename the Document tab by double-clicking the name. Right-click on the document's name to Disallow tab to be closed or Disallow changes made to the document. 

You can scroll through the document by scrolling with your mouse or trackpad, or by grabbing the grey line on the side of the document.

You can always follow your students work, as their name appears on the document once they start typing.

Whenever you highlight a part of a text on the document tab, your students will see what you're highlighting, making it easier to follow where you are in the document. Your students can also highlight words or parts of a text to help you find the part they need help with. 

The Document tab, similarly to everything else in a Lessonspace Space are auto-saved and persist forever.

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