Just What the Doctor Ordered

alt: The numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4 march in a line in a park. Nearby, a bullet turns to its bullet friends and says, “Wow. They’re SO orderly.”

 

Here at We ❤ Literacy Headquarters we really ❤ bulleted lists (no surprise there!) . The listing is actually a useful tool for breaking up content to make it more readable and easier to scan. We’re so fond of these we composed a article.

Luckily, this is one of the cases where we can be pretty damn appreciative with our guidance. The kind of list you should use comes down to if not the things you are listing have to be done   – wait for this  –  in order.

Much of the time, sticking to an unordered list works just fine. Use unordered lists for things such as a record of influenza symptoms or tips for eating healthy –  essentially any information that is related but maybe not sequential.

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