Why re-write your entire information? Why copy and paste from one document to another? With “inclusions” include one text block into another, tag your blocks based on their importance and or completion status!
Links to blocks
While writing reports sometimes there is a need to refer to a section of business information such as “guidelines” or “things to avoid”. A link within a block helps achieve that with a simple click of a button.
Writing an HR policy on “travel reimbursement” and want to refer to “best practices” written in another block.
Simply insert a link to the “best practices” within the current text block on travel reimbursement.
Once the block is linked, the user may refer to the text within the linked block with a simple click, get a quick refresher and continue writing the travel policy document.
A block can be tagged in two ways in Qinaps. The “importance” level is associated with the text within the block and the completion status of the block.
The “travel reimbursement” block is tagged both as “important” as well as “done”.
Tags that are “done” can be filtered in terms of their business info readiness and therefore can be published as a part of a document.
Insert blocks within blocks
Block insertion enables information re-use instead of copying and pasting each time. Information written in the block is basically inserted “as-is” into another block. Kind of like pinning a post. Only in Qinaps, blocks can be inserted anywhere within a block.
The inserted content becomes a seamless part of the other block and can be updated from the source block. The benefit is that the user may choose to re-use text from one block into others, several times!
Writing a pitch document for your company and its offering? Want to make sure that all taglines at the top for ease of reference? Simple, insert “taglines” block into the “What is” block.
Every time the text within the “taglines” block is edited, the changes are automatically synced to the block where it was inserted.
Once inserted, the content gets displayed within the other block. In a collaborative environment, the author as well the block label is displayed.
Splitting a block
Sometimes the user may have written long sections of text with multiple headings and sub-headings.
Splitting allows creating smaller more manageable sections of the business information.
Check out a video explaining splitting blocks in detail here