Like this blog post, no matter how perfect a document’s design or content is, chances are that your average stakeholder won’t read it front to back.
Our latest feature was designed to address this issue. Think of it as cliff notes blended with a tailored table of contents menu.
Summaries were designed to provide a warm welcome to your visitors, introduce the most important and overlooked areas of your materials, and easily guide your audience to exactly what they are looking for.
With an interactive summary, you’ll provide a guided experience that meets your readers’ natural tendency to skim first and dive deeper where interested all while ensuring that nobody in your audience is overwhelmed
1: Start out with a welcome message to set the stage for your materials.
2: Summarize important sections and link directly to pages, chapters, or bookmarks for visitors to quickly explore.
Adding a summary to your document will provide a radical improvement to a visitor’s first impression.
With an interactive summary, you can stop leaving a stakeholder’s experience up to chance and be proud to share even your longest documents with confidence.
Oh, did we mention that it’s quite simple to create? We’re excited about the wide array of potential uses summaries bring, and would happily brainstorm together or give you a personalized tutorial.