Hi, and welcome to part two in this multi part series on logic tree.
So here we have that first logic app that we built. Go ahead and click on that and go to the edit mode and the first thing that we're going to explore is that everything you create in here is html5 and WYSIWYG capable. So there's two icons here. This one is raw text mode. This is html5 WYSIWYG mode. So if I click on this html5 WYSIWYG, and I now click into this node, you'll notice it opens up the WYSIWYG. From here, I can add this bold, underline it and add some of this basic formatting. If I click out of that node, you'll see it's formatted, bold and underline. If I click on Preview, you'll also see that to the end user that accesses our app. They will see it bolded and underlined. But how did it actually do this? It did this because underneath the hood, this is actually HTML. And we can see this in a variety of ways.
Staying in the HTML mode, I can click back in, click here to toggle between HTML or side by side or back to the rendered HTML mode. The other way I can see this is to go back to the raw mode, where I see the underlying HTML. So that's the first piece the second thing we're gonna introduce is now some of the other additional elements that we have here. So there's a lot of unique functionality that each of these individual nodes does. So let's start with the second most basic element besides text, because text is the most basic. So the second most basic is a category. What if we want to categorize some of the information? So I put down a category and I say, Part Part One, and part two, part three so I did three different categories. And maybe underneath part one, I'll add a text node and say this is some training materials for part one. And underneath part two, I'll add the same and say this is part two, training materials.
So if we now switch to the preview mode, then what we can see is that when people access this app, they're going to see the rendered HTML, and they're going to see these categories that they can expand to learn more information in those different parts. So you can kind of see that we almost built the basic FAQ. And in fact, if I go back into these categories, I can start to add some of the settings like a card that I can add to each of these. And now it really starts to look like just a basic FAQ that people can and can go to, to find out more information for the different parts of our app.
And then the last thing we'll introduce briefly is that text is one type of node but another basic node is a question. So let me add underneath training materials, part one, I'll say answer part one question. And we'll have answer choice one and answer choice. Two, and so now if we go back and preview, we can see that if somebody accesses the basic FAQ, and they open up part one, they can see not only just some information and basic text, but they can also see an actual interactive answer choice that they can click on. And so that's the end of this part two video, and in part three, we'll start getting into some some even more complex, unique capabilities of the platform.