You can easily write simple formulae in the body of the editor.
For more complex formulae, we recommend copy-pasting snippets from your preferrededitor into Yellowdig's editor. For ease of use, we recommendOverleaf.
You can easily inline formulae into posts and comments.
You can resize formulae and change the font color.
Finally, don't forget about the code editor! (Select the</>icon in theRich Text Toolbar.)
Open the Draw editor by selecting the Draw button in thePost Toolbox.
The Draw editor contains an open canvas. You can draw inside the canvas just as you would in Microsoft Paint. For best results, use a stylus. (Even using one's finger, which was the method that produced the demo below, yields comparatively crude results.)
You can annotate formulae inside posts and comments. For the demonstration below, we commented on an incorrect formulation of the Bayes' theorem by taking a screenshot of theLATEXequation, opening the comment editor, selecting the Draw tool, uploading the screenshot to the canvas background, and annotating the canvas.