Typeset is designed for you to create visual content as if you were simply using a word processor. You have full control of Typeset actions and features by using the keyboard and a handful of common keywords.
The Keyboard Shortcuts can be accessed by click the Keyboard Icon in the editor.
When creating a new deck, you'll see two windows: on the left is the editor, and on the right is the preview pane. The editor is where you'll type content and commands, insert images, and activate AI-Mode. This is where you'll do nearly all of your work.
The preview pane displays how your final deck will look. It even updates as you type! You can also use this pane to rearrange your slides, select a color or branding theme, and also cycle through different slide templates.
Adding Content to a Slide
Each new project will open with a single blank slide. The first line of each slide will default to be formatted as a slide title, but you can change that by selecting the icon at the beginning of each line.
To add a component within a slide you're working on, hit the
Return key. This will create a new component that you can set to be whatever type of content you'd like. You can also rearrange components on each slide by simply dragging them either up or down in the editor. The AI-generated slide will order the content in commonly used formats, some things like paragraphs of text will remain in the order they appear in the editor.
Formatting and Adding Specific Types of Content
To change the type of content or formatting you're writing, begin the line by typing out what sort of content you want next, e.g. "
bullets", and Typeset will format that line as a bullet list.
To create a new slide, either hit
cmd + enter, type "
---" (three dashes), or hit the enter key three times. Up to you!