Tettra currently supports importing for Word Docs, markdown, and html files (.docx, .md, .html) We'll be continuing to work on improving our importer functionality over the coming months.

Importing a File into Tettra

Click the ➕ button in the upper right hand corner of your account.

Select Import a document as a page from the dropdown.

You'll then be able to drag-and-drop or select a file from your device from the import modal.

This will automatically open a new draft that contains your newly imported content. Most of the formatting in the document (e.g. bold/italic text, images, headers) should carry over into Tettra's formatting.

File Type not Currently Supported? 

Reach out to us over chat or send an email to [email protected] and we'll keep you notified when that particular document type is available for importing.

Importing a Google Doc

While we currently don't have a way to import a Google Doc using the importer, we've built out a robust copy/paste functionality within our tool.

You can copy formatted text, headers, images, etc. from Google Docs and paste it right into a new Tettra doc. Tettra will automatically carry over most of the formatting.

If you'd like to embed a Google Doc rather than copying that information into a Tettra page, you can do so using our embedding functionality in our editor menu. Learn more about how to embed Google Drive files into Tettra pages.

Adding a Google Doc as an external link is easy as well, which will add a linked referenced to the Google Drive file alongside your Tettra page hierarchy.

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