Such things as: using different colored headings, using expanding text vs a long expanse of text to scroll through, using the various colored notations, etc.
We have folks in our group that have differing opinions about what works best for users.
Hey @Kelley Bennett
You might also consider writing in what technical writers refer to as "topics". Essentially, it's a way of grouping similar types of content and helps avoid long scrolling pages. There's some info on my team's guide here: https://www.k15t.com/rock-the-docs/creating-topics
I guess it depends on what the Confluence page or article contains.
For example, we have an FAQ page which utilises expand boxes, so users can look for their question and expand it to see the answer. It was preferred to a page with a significant amount of wording on it.
However, for a Knowledge Base article, we try to avoid expand boxes so the instructions are more searchable from either on the page or the search bar.
Things I would suggest:
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