It dynamically represents the information you want to convey through our infographic element.


It allows you to choose what format you want to use in your infographic, you can change from one to another at any time, you’ll see how the content adapts. Here are some types:

  • Pyramid

  • Sectors

  • Horizontal panels

  • Vertical panels


You can add a title to your graphic element. If the element is in a small part of the slide, the title will not be shown directly and a button will appear to make the title appear temporarily instead.


You have the usual customization options:

  • Color: Choose one of the colors on the palette and set the opacity.
  • Image: If you decide to use an image for the background you have the same configuration options as the image element. See the related article for more information. 


Numeration may be useful in infographics that are used in sequence where content is presented in steps. You have the option to disable this if you don’t need it.


It sets as many value ranges as you want to be represented in your infographic. To create a new element, press the + button on the list. Each time you add a new one, the properties panel will show you the settings of the new item. To go back to the list, you must click on the return button found on the top left of the properties panel

If you want to access the properties of one of the categories again, just click on the item on the list.

There’s a required minimum of 3 elements and a recommended maximum of 6, the indicator on the list will let you know in any case .

For each value you can configure:


The title defines the value. It needs to be a descriptive name.


The text describes the element further.


The color will distinguish the elements.


You can select an icon that represents the element, among all those we suggest.

Extended text

If you need to describe the element at greater length you can use this section, which will be shown in the infographic through a + button that will appear when you have enabled this text. In the case of courses with sequential navigation, it’s essential that the user views this extended text, if it is configured, to be able to move on in the course


You can get results as attractive as the following:

Continue reading  Types of elements

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