The text chunk is the most frequently used chunk. It can have a header, but it is not required. The text chunk has a WYSIWYG editor for formatting and styling. Visit the email and links page and buttons page for additional formatting options.
This field gives a label before the content.
The Header Level is the hierarchy of header display. Learn more about header levels.
This is where the bulk of your text will go. It’s a WYSIWYG editor field, which means it supports links, bullets, call to action (CTA) buttons, and other styling.
Creating a text chunk
Expand to Section > Chunk. Under the Type dropdown menu, choose Text.
Under Section > Chunk > Details, enter the Chunk Header, Header Level, and Position.
Type the text in the Content section.
To save a draft of the page, click Save & Preview. Submit the draft to apply your changes. Publish the page.