The internet is a one-stop station for all the information that is possibly there in the world. For getting the information, there are so many platforms that provide different information according to a person’s needs.
For some information, there are social media platforms that not only provide information but also help in proper, one-on-one communication among people.
For general information, users lookup to search engines and Google is the most used and trusted form of information gathering unit.
I am sure you all must have searched for some queries at least once in your lifetime on Google. So it is unnecessary to tell you how the search on Google works. You searched for a question and as an answer, several websites line up and you choose the one that matches your interest the closest.
With time, it is getting almost impossible to put every information on the internet but it is also kind of necessary. The question at that time arises, what should be done to give full information in a lesser space?
Thankfully the developers are working way ahead of us. Maybe this is why the questions that we are raising now have already been answered.
Collapsible and expandable sections on sites are helping users to jump up to the desired information in one click. Though every piece of information is on the site, yet you can not see it until you ask for it. It is kind of a magic trick as we heard in the folk tale of Ali Baba and The Forty Thieves.
Frequently Asked Questions and Help Center pages are good examples of collapsible text. You click on the query, the answer pops up!
Wondering more about the collapsible text? Keep on scrolling to get your questions answered!
What Does Collapsible Mean in Google Sites?
The world of the internet has so much information to offer. As everyone has something to tell or facilitate others, it is important to stand out from the crowd. But what to do for making your site more presentable?
Well, there are a few ways that are proven to be popular among website developers and collapsing text is one of them.
One can either choose to collapse or expand the feature for the chosen text for the ease of the users.
Sometimes, people do not prefer to see every detail present on the page as it creates confusion. In cases like these, collapsing helps.
Can You Do Collapsible Sections in Google Docs?
Google seems to be an answer for almost every problem, with collapsible sections in one of them.
Since my student life and even after that, there are no concerns that I have and Google does not have an answer to them.
Google Docs can collapse selected text with a heading text box. The procedure is very simple and effective for keeping more information associated with your website content.
How Do You Add Collapse and Expand in Google Docs?
Collapsing and expanding in Google Docs is very convenient, you just know the correct text and the right way to do it.
You might have gone to the page where there are frequently asked questions lined up to answer your queries. Imagine that the answers to those questions are also written there and then for you to read.
Won’t it be frustrating to see so much information in front of you while you were only looking out for a few details? It sure will be!
Help center pages and FAQs are great examples of collapsed text and fortunately, this collapsing can be done on Google too.
Why Google Docs? Well, Google Suite is becoming more and more common by the day. Even more popular than the Microsoft Office that we once relied on a little too much.
To collapse your text in Google Docs, follow the following steps.
- On the Home Page, go to the Insert section and choose collapsible text.
- Two boxes will appear then, Heading and Normal text.
- In the Heading section, write the text you want to show on the screen all the time.
- In the normal text section, write the text that you want to collapse. The text will show after clicking on the heading text.
How Do I Collapse All Sections in Word?
Google Docs has now gained popularity but Microsoft Word is in the business for quite some time now and the developers have updated the software with time and according to the need of time.
Just like Google Docs, Microsoft Word can also collapse sections, not exactly the same way but the process is simple and easy to learn.
Check out this video to learn how to collapse sections in Word.
Though Google Docs and Microsoft Word are doing their job quite well, people are still looking out for other applications to outline their work of words.
Applications like Dynalist, Workflowy, and CheckVisit are a few options that work well both, online and offline. These outliners are becoming the talk of the town and there is a chance that they will gain more popularity than Google Docs or Microsoft Word if not give more focus to the flaws.
Check out the table below to learn the benefits each alternative brings to the table.
|Dynalist||Unlimited data collection.|
|Workflowy||List making, note taking, and brainstorming.|
|CheckVisit||Easy drafting, better organization of ideas.|
Word is a strong factor in any world, no matter physical or digital. This is era is becoming more inclined toward the digital phase rather than the physical one. In a world with easy access to information, it is important to give more information in lesser space.
Google is a master of technology and it understands when to come up with innovations and introductions. And this article has discussed one.
- Collapsable text is that kind of text that collabs with a few words that are displayed on the main interface.
- Websites with FAQs and Help Center pages are good examples of collapsible text. You do not see everything right there.
- Collapsing text is super easy to do both in Google Docs and Microsoft Word. All you have to do is select collapse text from the insert panel, write some text in the heading section, and write some other text in the normal text section.
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