Tables are a great way to display and organize data in your Turtl Docs. This article will cover the following topics:

Adding a table

Adding a table to your content is really easy. Start by clicking on the table widget in your toolbar.

When you add new tables, you can easily select the number of columns and rows you want in a great visual way. Once you’ve added your table, just use the appropriate buttons to control your rows and columns and to merge cells together.

Next, select the style and decide if you want a fixed header.

Once you begin inserting data into your table, simply right-click to add columns, rows, and merge cells.

Copy and paste an external table into Turtl 

To add an external table to your Turtl Doc, simply copy the external table, select a cell in the blank table in your Doc, and paste.

Styling your table

Choose the style of your table by selecting the Style tab in your table's configuration by right-clicking the table on the right side of your editor.

Embedding tables with a large amount of data using Google Sheets

Tables with large amounts of data can be added to Turtl using the HTML widget and embedding a public Google Sheet as an iframe.

Please note: If you would like to have the HTML widget added to your account, please contact your Customer Success Manager or

First, publish the Google Sheet you would like to add to your Doc.

Next, navigate the Doc's editor and select the HTML widget from the toolbar. Here you will paste the iFrame URL between the open and close div tags.

By default, the displayed table will be quite small, as the example below:

To enlarge it, resize and pin the widget to your desired size. Then open the widget's settings by clicking on the gear icon.

In the settings, you can update the HTML code. Here you will need to adjust the iFrame's width and height. Adjust the values accordingly to fill out your widget.

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