Using Folds

Add optional details with Folds to pique user interest. Folds have hidden content revealed on click. Common uses include FAQs, specs, spoilers.

Taylor Sloane
Updated by Taylor Sloane

Wanna add some optional background info to your articles? With Folds you can pique users' interest without overwhelming them ๐ŸŒŸ

A Fold is an element with a title and content. The content is hidden by default and only revealed when clicking the title.

You can see the content inside a fold by clicking here
The content is now visible โœจ
Common use cases for Folds might include "๐Ÿ’กDid you know that โ€ฆ?", "System Requirements", "If you're upgrading from a regular horse" ๐Ÿฆ„ or spoilers for the latest season of your favorite show.

Adding a Fold

  1. Head to the article editor
  2. In the toolbar click the ๐Ÿ”ฝ Fold icon
  3. You'll see a new Fold with a title and content
  4. Enter a compelling title
  5. Add some content (images work too!)
  6. Hit Save
To add a line break within a Fold, press Shift + Enter.
In the article editor Folds are open by default and won't close when you click their title. To see how they'll behave in the wild ๐Ÿฆ check out the preview of your article

Stacking Folds

If you add a Fold beneath another Fold they'll stack like index cards. You can use them for multi-step instructions with an expandable detail section for each step.

Step 1
Here's some content
Step 2
...and here's some more โœจ

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