Bullets can have different formats, not just bullet points. You can always change any item into another type and change it back if you want.
Paragraphs & headings
Turning a bullet into a header or a paragraph hides the bullet but you can access it by moving your mouse over the text.
To turn bullets into paragraphs or headings, you can use the context menu or the slash command “Paragraph”.
1. Select any text with your mouse cursor 2. The context menu will appear 3. Select the H1, H2, or ¶ (paragraph) options 4. The text you had your cursor on will be updated
To-do's let you add a checkbox to items to show that they are tasks or activities to be completed. You can create to-do’s with the bullet menu, the context menu or the slash command “to-do”.
There is also a special search operator “is:todo” that lets you search all to-do’s.
1. Select multiple items with your mouse 2. Choose 'To-do' from the menu
Hide complete to-do’s
You can auto-hide completed items so they don't clutter your document. At any point you can choose to unhide them.
1. In the menu bar, mouse over the checkmark icon 2. Click on the checkmark icon to toggle the hide/show completed items option
You can add notes to bullets. The note will be displayed under the bullet in a lighter font. Notes can be styled in the same way as text and can contain links and tags.
1. Mouse over the bullet you want to add a note to 2. Open the bullet menu for that item 3. Select “Add note” from the bullet menu 4. Type your note
You can also create notes by using the keyboard shortcut Win: Shift + Enter, Mac: Shift + Return
Remove a format
To remove or change the format simply open the context menu for the item you want to change or open the slash command menu and choose the new format.
In the case of the context menu you would select the same format the item currently has to remove that format. If you use the slash command, you can select the "Bullets" option to remove the current format.