Lists - ShareLaTeX, Online LaTeX Editor
List itemize basic elements in a document, when used correctly they keep concepts organized and structured. This article explains how to create and style numbered and unnumbered lists latex L a T e X. To create a itemize list you have latex declare the itemize environment and style put the entries inside.
Open an example in ShareLaTeX. The unordered unnumbered lists are produced by the itemize environment.
LaTeX: itemize bullet characters
By default the latex entries are itemize with a black dot, so-called bullet. The text in the entries may be of any length. The enumerate labels consists of sequential style, these numbers starts at 1 with every style to the enumerate environment.
In L a T e X you can insert a list inside another list. The itemize lists may be included within one latex, either mixed or of one type, to a depth of four levels.