How to Create a Document in Shorter Loop?

Using Shorter Loop

Creating a document in Shorter Loop is a simple process to help you quickly generate and manage your content. Moreover, invited team members can easily create and collaborate on documents, allowing your entire team to work together seamlessly – by keeping all product management documents in one place, now you don’t need another wiki/Atlassian. If you are using Atlassian you can use those links and images etc to your Shorter Loop Doc/ Doc Hub/Wiki.

Steps to Create a Document

  1. Navigate to the docs on the left menu bar.

2. Click on ‘Create Document’ to create a new document.

3. Give a Title to the document.

4. Start filling in the information about what you want to write in the document.

    For example: Write about your User Personas.

    5. You can use the basic toolkit to make changes to your content. Click on the ‘+’ sign to the left of the text and choose from the drop-down.

    6. You can also add images and code to your Document.

    7. You can also drag the text to change the order of the text. Click on the six-dot icon

    If you have two paragraphs or more in the document, you have to move each line or paragraph to change its place.

    8. Create sub-categories in the same document. Click on the ‘+’ sign on the right of the Document Name.

    9. Give a different title to the sub-document.

    How to delete any particular document?

    1. Hover over the name of the Document on the left Menu Bar.

    2. Click on the three-dot icon that appears on the right of the Document Name.

    3. Click ‘Yes’ if you want to permanently delete that Document.

    Note: When you delete the main document from the menu, the sub-categories or the sub-document will also be deleted.

    By following these steps, you’ve successfully created a document in Shorter Loop.

    • Documenting your thought process makes it easier for all team members to understand the ‘why’ behind the product decisions.
    • You can collect all the information about your product in one place, ensuring that everyone has access to the same knowledge and resources.

    This centralized approach not only enhances collaboration but also helps in maintaining consistency and clarity across the team.

    Also Read: How to Collaborate on Digital Whiteboard