A block is any kind of content you add to the page, such as text, lists, quotes, dividers, or media. You can move blocks around on the page to reorder your information.
Supernova has a special set of powerful blocks for tokens and components that utilize your design system data in unique ways. Keep manual documentation editing to a minimum and have your content automatically stay up to date. And when you introduce custom blocks through documentation exporters, anything is possible!
The default documentation blocks available are text, media, and token blocks. There is also the possibility of creating powerful custom blocks that can do anything else you need for your company's documentation.
How to edit text in the documentation editor
Add images, videos, code and more
Add tokens to your documentation
Add content from Figma or embed Figma files
Add text by typing, or add content blocks by typing / or clicking the + button on any empty row.
To delete any block, hover on the row and click ≡ to open the block menu, and choose Delete.
To duplicate a block, hover on the row and click ≡ to open the block menu, and choose Duplicate.
To change a block type from one style to another, for example, to convert text into a header:
To move a block, click and drag the ≡ icon to move the block to a different line. You can also copy and paste blocks using the shortcuts Cmd + C and Cmd + V.
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