How to add text and photo

Motimate makes creating content fun and easy!

Let us show you just how easy it is to add text and photos to a course.

Step by step

Edit chapter

Click Edit chapter at the top right of the page.

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Choose text

Click the content block named Text.

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Create a heading

Click Title to create a heading. Then click Add a text, and type until your keyboard runs warm..!

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Paste text from Word

If you want to paste a text you have already written, i.e in a Word document, you can choose wether to keep its original format or not.

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Edit text

Edit your text by using the text editing menu. Mark the text you wish to edit, and choose wether you want it to be bold, italic, og underscored. You can play around with emojis and adjust the text size, in addition to adding lists, and link to websites.

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Add a photo

To add a photo, click the Photo icon in the text editing menu.

There are two ways to upload a photo. 

  1. Drag’n’drop: Click on the photo you want to upload, then drag and drop it into the gray square on the screen.

  2. Click: Click the gray square on the screen to open your computer’s file library.

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Choose a photo from your computer’s file library

If you chose Click in the previous step: Mark a photo file on your computer by clicking on it once. Then click Open in the bottom right corner to upload your photo.

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Edit photo

The Motimate Photo Editor will automatically appear when you upload a photo. Use the editor to adjust photo size, add text and emojis, play around with filters and so on. If you want to learn more about the possibilities within the Motimate Photo Editor, check out this tutorial.

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Adjust photo placement

When the photo is uploaded, you can edit it’s placement, replace it or delete it.

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Remember to save the content by clicking Save in the upper right corner.

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You have just created a content block in your course, consisting of text and a photo.

Easy peasy, right?