Structure your documents using headings
GitBook offers 3 levels of headings, which should be enough to properly structure your content. Headings structure your documents. Heading levels 1 and 2 will appear in the page outline.
All headings have anchor links, which are links that you can use to point to a particular section of your documentation.
You can see the anchors of a title when your content is in read mode. If you want to make some text point to an anchor within a page in your space, you can add a relative link.
Reading on a screen is less comfortable than reading on paper. Make sure your content is not too long with too many titles. Sometimes splitting your content into different pages creates a better overview! 🤓

Example of a heading

My heading 1

My heading 2

My heading 3

Git Sync representation in Markdown

# My heading 1
## My heading 2
### My heading 3