The Springy-List Template is ideal for presenting chunks of information or non-visual concepts. The Springy-List Template works by prompting the participant to explore each of its elements, allowing you to separate concepts and present a lot of information piece by piece, without overloading your audience.

Let’s look at how you can create your own Springy-List:

Step 1: Select the Springy-List Template from the ‘Presentation’ panel.

Step 2: Drag your Springy-List Template into the Lesson Pathway.

Step 3: Give your new Tile a title.

Step 4: Click the yellow ‘Edit Screen’ button.

Step 5: From the edit screen, you can choose to change your title, and enter a description. A description is optional, and will appear under your title if you chose one.

Step 6: Select a layout option for your Springy-List Template. The circular tip is best for when you’re trying to convey a small amount of information, while the rectangular tip is best for displaying longer text.

Note: You can also add a background image to your Springy-List Template. For more on how to use the ‘Add Image’ button, click here.

Image Tips: We recommend using a full background image for the Springy-List Template, which means choosing an image sized at 1170 x 550 pixels.

Step 7: To start building your Springy-List, select the green ‘Add New Item’ button.

Step 8: Enter a title and description for your new item.

Step 9: When you’re done adding text, select the green checkmark to save your changes.

Note: To add additional list segments, simply repeat the process.

You can re-order each item by using the ‘drag and drop’ handles on the left. The order they’re displayed in here is the order that will be displayed to participants.

Step 10: To preview your interactive list, click on the ‘preview’ icon.

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