Whether it’s recipes, driving directions or complex mechanic’s work, Tildee’s free tutorial creator can help make laying out all the steps easy. Tutorials on the site can be searched, browsed and viewed as well.
The high-contrast layout makes for extreme readability when compared to the usual numbered-list email that most people resort to when they need to explain something over the internet. A tutorial at Tildee is also easier to share, since every one has its own (very short) URL. A huge bonus is that it isn’t limited to text; maps, images, and even video can be added to any step in a tutorial.
Users can create an account at Tildee if they want to, but it’s not required to view or even to create tutorials. Editing tutorials, however, does require an account. Any subject can be covered on Tildee, so long as it isn’t illicit in any way.
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