Christopher demonstrates how to use anchor links within Quip documents, how to cross-link between documents, and explains the considerations for using linking within the program.
- [Instructor] When people work in a team,…they have to deal with certain things as a group.…Teamwork improves dramatically…when resources are quickly found.…Links provide rapid navigation to resources,…and Quip has this covered.…Let's see how to use different kinds of links.…You would use an anchor link to quickly direct people…to a specific part of your document or spreadsheet -…particularly useful when working with long documents.…You could also use an anchor link in an e-mail,…a chat, or other Quip document…to rapidly take someone to a particular place.…
Let's go ahead and open up a document.…I'll head over to my private folder.…And I have a document here already set-up,…which is Recipes for Health and Wellness.…I'll open up this document.…Now, let's take a quick peak at how these anchor links work.…First of all, we'll scroll to a section in the document.…And, I'm going to scroll down.…Place your cursor at the spot where you'd like to link to,…which is right here.…And you'll see this little menu pop-up:…this little bubble menu.…
- What is Quip?
- Setting up a new Quip account
- Producing living documents
- Using Quip to reduce emails and meetings
- Using keyboard shortcuts
- Using Markdown to quickly format Quip documents
- Collaborating with Quip
- Using the Quip desktop app and mobile app
- Importing your files and connecting to cloud services