How to format your text

There are 4 options to choose from if you want to jazz up the text within your question prompts or answer choices. These are demonstrated below:


In order to format your text like this, you'll first need to reach the Editor - the toggle boxes below take you through the two possible routes to do so (there's also more information available within our Editor article linked here).

    1. Sign in to on your laptop/computer

      You'll arrive at Your Library.

    2. Click on 'New Set' in the top left corner of the screen

      You'll be taken to the Set Editor, ready to start creating your content.

    1. Sign in to on your laptop/computer

      You'll arrive at Your Library.

    2. Find your content item and double-click on the title

      You can look for your content by scrolling through Your Library or Recent (both listed in the left-hand sidebar).

      Or you can use the Search or Filter bar to type in the name of your item.

      When you double-click on the item title, you'll be taken to the Editor.

You can then start formatting your text using one of the following two methods (select the appropriate tab heading to find out more):

  • All you need to do is highlight your text and select the appropriate button in the top left-hand corner of the Set Editor.

    Bold_button_2.pngClick the B for bold

    Italics_button_2.pngClick the I for italics

    Underline_button_3.pngClick the U to underline

    Highlight_button_2.pngHover over the H for highlighting, then select your desired color

    The gif below demonstrates each of these options: formatting.gif

  • If you're looking for a bit more speed, here are the shortcuts you can use (these will either format highlighted text or toggle the format button for typing).

    • For Bold - hold ctrl/command and press the B key

    • For Italics - hold ctrl/command and press the I key

    • For Underline - hold ctrl/command and press the U key

    • For Highlights - hold ctrl/command and shift and press the H key

    The shortcut for highlighting text uses the blue highlight option by default.


Thanks for reading through this article - hopefully it has answered any questions you had about formatting your text. If there's anything that needs clearing up, or if you have any feedback, please feel free to get in touch with our friendly support team by emailing

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