This page summarizes all the essentials you will need to know to start with GitBook. Here you can find all best practices and tips to set up your organizations, spaces, and content.
You can read more about spaces and GitHub synchronization here:
Once you created your space you can start writing.
GitBook offers 3 levels of headings, which will help you structure your paragraphs.
Make your content powerful by formatting your text and adding embeds, images, emojis, code samples...
If you want to get more details on all GitBook editing features you can have a look here:
Once your organization has been created, you can start inviting members. Define their roles by giving them permissions, create teams for different spaces and put someone in charge of the administrative policy.
Once you start editing, a draft is automatically created. This can be a first version of your content which can later on be subject to some changes. With the help of conflict resolutions you can edit the same page at the same time with other members of your organization. Once you have finished writing your content, you can save your work by clicking on the green button on the right.
Changes are proper to each draft, so nobody can break anything!
Writing content is no longer a lonely experience, other writers can provide valuable feedback and review your work before merging changes. That way you can help your team to improve their drafts.
No need to worry about changes that have been deleted, you can restore a previous draft any time!
Add fonts, colors and header themes to personalize your content.