Formatting your documents is easy - at least in SciFlow. Hand us your text, we turn it into a document.
For the purpose of properly exporting your document, we need information on the structuring of your chapters. Do you start a completely new chapter or do you want to further expand you current topic with a new subchapter? We manage these different levels of headings through the icons on the left side of the text.

A special role in our editor is given to the first heading in every Major section of your document - H1. It is the fundament for all the following, subordinated headings. Click the H1-icon to get to this menu:

Pressing +H1 will add a completely new chapter below the current. ^H1 moves the current chapter above the previous chapter, while the icon below moves it one chapter down. The bin will remove the whole chapter completely - it can not be restored.

+abstract will add a section titles abstract at the beginning of your document and +bibliography will create you a bibliography at the end of your document. No worries, it will be automatically filled with your used references during the the export. 

Click on the P or on a chapter, which is subordinated to H1 and you get a dropdown of all the headings that make sense contextually. Meaning, you can not change the current passage to H4 if you are writing in a H2, as you would be skipping the directly subordinated H3

When you're finished, click the desired template inside the "Template" area in the sidebar. Your text will be automatically formatted according to the structure of your headings inside the document and exported as a completed document. The headings will be adequately displayed in the table of content, which will be generated automatically as you work with SciFlow. Publishing can be this easy.

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