Freeforms are usual for providing context alongside your models. The freeform is essentially a customizable textbox, where you can:
- Type and format text
- Add links
- Add images
- Add live links to variables in your model (by typing @ to get a list of variables)
@: add variable
*One asterisk*: italic text
**Two asterisks**: bold text
- Bullet point: bullet point
# Heading: big heading
## Heading: medium heading
### Heading: small heading
Shift + Return: new line
<br />: force new line
[Link text](https://example.com): hyperlink
![alt text](https://image-url): image (alt text will show on hover/no-load)
You can use HTML in freeforms - e.g. to style text or add images.
An iframe is an "inline" frame, that allows you to embed an HTML page within the freeform - this could be a video, or visuals/analytics from other systems etc. For example, our Tutorial models have a Loom video embedded in the freeform.
You can see more on iframe syntax here - however you can usually get the embed code directly from the tool you're trying to embed something from (e.g. Loom), by hitting Share -> Embed, or reading their documentation. Below is an example of the embed code from Loom.
<div style="position: relative; padding-bottom: 101.98300283286119%;
webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen
style="position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%;">