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Creating a new document from scratch
Want to work on additional documents within Headlime? We've got you covered. You can create an empty document and start from scratch. This document can then be edited, shared and used in the same way as the provided document templates. To do this, follow these steps: First, go to the Documents section. You can get here using the 'Documents' button on the homescreen. In the top right corner, there's a green button labeled 'New document'. Click it. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/he
Creating a document
Creating a document from a template is simple. To start, on the homescreen, select 'Documents' to go to the document editor. Next, in the left sidebar, click 'Templates'. From here, hover your cursor over the document you want to make and click the 'Create document from template' button that appears. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/59619f8d2b857800/creating-document-
Types of documents
Headlime has a variety of document templates and guidelines you can use to create longer pieces of copy. The first thing that should be pointed out is that not all of these are full complete templates. For some content it's simply not possible to create a complete template because they require too much of a personal approach or have too many variables to work as a template. Examples of this include blogs and legal documents. In these cases, this will be mentioned at the start of the document.
Exporting a document
When your document is finished, you can export it to a file. This way, you can edit it offline, share it with external partners, and basically do whatever else you want with it. Exporting your document is easy: When you're editing you're document, there's a button to the right that says 'Download'. Click it. You'll get three options: Microsoft word (.docx), PDF Document (.pdf) and P
If you're a fanatic writer, you may quickly have a lot of documents saved within Headlime. No worries, we've done our best to make navigating and managing them as clear and easy as possible. Folders You can create folders to store groups of documents in. To do so, simply click the New folder button. You will be prompted to create a folder. Once created, your folder will appear in the