Inserting Elements

Hyperdeck has a convenient, always reachable, toolbar at the bottom which allows you to insert any new element with the tap of an icon.



Next, you'll find an overview of the meanings of the different insertion icons. After that, we highlight the elements that display a special editor: Footnotes and Tables.

IconFunctionMore Info

General Editing

Insert a new slide Slide
Insert a new table Table
Display the emoji toolbar
Display the Image Insert Inspector Media
Insert a new headline
Insert a new bulleted list List
Insert a new numbered list List
Insert a new quote Quote
Insert a new Source Code Block Code
Insert presenter notes Note
Insert a Live Website Website
Display the footnote editor to insert a new footnote

Text Formatting

Begin a bold word or make the selection bold
Begin an italic word or make the selection italic
Begin a strikethrough word or make the selection strikethrough

Table Editing

These buttons only appear in the toolbar when you're within a table.
Format the table. This means that all cells are aligned correctly Example
Move the cursor to the next cell in the table
Move the cursor to the previous cell in the table
Insert a column after the column where the cursor is currently in.
Insert a column before the column where the cursor is currently in.
Delete the column where the cursor is currently in.
Insert a row after the row where the cursor is currently in.
Insert a row before the row where the cursor is currently in.
Delete the row where the cursor is currently in.

Code Editing

These buttons only appear in the toolbar when you're within source code.
Change the language type of the current source code block
❶ - ❾ Use progressive disclosure to animate selected lines.

Footnotes

If you press the footnote button, you'll see the footnote inspector. Here's a brief explanation of what it does:

The identifier is the small short number linking the footnote. The Reference is the actual text content of your footnote.

The footnote content also supports markdown formatting blocks, such as bold or italic..

Footnote Identifiers

You can use any identifier you want. But if you keep using numerical identifiers, then Hyperdeck understands your footnotes and makes sure they're always sorted correctly.

This means that if you have footnote identifiers 1 and 2 on a slide, and you insert a new one, Hyperdeck will automatically assign it identifier 3.

Tables

If you insert a new table, you get a convenient inspector that allows you to define how many columns and rows your table should have.