We are always excited by the myriad of ways that people use Popplet. For hobbies and personal interests, for education and classroom learning and for creative projects and business, Popplet is the go-to app for brainstorming, organizing ideas, outlining concepts and thinking visually.
This is great for “thinking out loud” on projects that require you to show videos, collect images, organize weblinks, and connect ideas. But sometimes, we want to use a Popplet as a complete project resource, which means getting text heavy.
For example, Adam Iscrupe talks about how he uses Popplet for creating a sitemap. What if he wants to add to his Popplet with the text for each webpage in his site structure?
Or if a classroom activity wants to include a downloadable worksheet?
Or if your Popplet is a collection of all your research notes on a particular subject?
For anything longer than a paragraph or two, including text in a popple begins to look cumbersome and destroys some of Popplet’s ability to help you get a global view of all the connections between various concepts in your overall idea.
Our Twitter follower @Raff31 recently had this same problem and asked:
Are Word documents uploadable to Popplet?
Here are two solutions if you want to include larger text documents in your Popplet. Continue reading