Adding glossary term
  • 21 Sep 2022
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Adding glossary term

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As your product or service grows, the terms you reference in the documentation will also increase. Thus, you would be adding more glossary terms. In Document360, you can add glossary terms at any time. Adding a glossary term is easy and can be done in a few seconds.

How to add a glossary term?


  1. Go to Content toolsContent reuseGlossary, and the list of existing glossary terms appear (if added)
  2. Click + NewNew term, and a blade appears on the right
  3. Type in the desired term
  • The character limit for a term is 30 (including spaces)
  • Only alphabets, numbers, and spaces are allowed in term field
  1. If you want the term to be available in all languages, enable the Global toggle. If you want the term to be available in a particular language, disable the Global toggle and select the desired language in the Language dropdown
  2. Type in the desired definition. You can find the available formatting options in the below section

The character limit for definition is 500, including spaces.

  1. Once done, click Add

Formatting options

  • Basic text formatting options such as Bold, Italic, Strikethrough, and Underline are available

  • You can also use the other formatting options such as Font size, Font Family, Text color, Background color, Subscript, Superscript, and Clear Formatting

  • Ordered List and Unordered List are available for listing the items

  • You can use Insert Image to insert an image from the URL, local storage, or Drive

  • You can view the preview of the snippet in Code view (HTML). Click Code view to view the preview. If you want to switch back to editor view, click Code view again

For a better understanding of glossary in knowledge base, check out the blog: Importance of business glossary in knowledge management

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