We've built our text editor to support a variety of markdown shortcuts. Those shortcuts help to format text while typing, keeping you from going back-and-forth between your keyboard and mouse.
For example, typing "# Introduction" would start the line as an H1 header as you type the word Introduction.
We support both block and inline shortcuts. The markdown shortcuts we currently support are:
Header one (# ...)
Header two (## ...)
Header three (### ...)
Numbered lists (1. ...)
Unordered lists (- ...) or (* ...)`
Regular code block (``` ...)
Horizontal rule (---)
Inline code block (`... ')
Bold text (**...**) or (__...__)
Italic text (*...*) or (_..._)
Strikethrough text (~~...~~)
Underline (select text and click
Please Note: make sure to hit [space] or [enter] to complete the auto markdown conversion.
Here's a couple of quick gifs showing what typing using markdown shortcuts looks like:
Here's how you type out headers and unordered lists-
Here's how you use markdown shortcuts to add a code block-
We do not currently support the following markdown commands:
Bold Italics (***...***)
Underline italics (__*...*__)
Underline bold (__**...**__)
Underline bold italics (__***...***__)
Blockquotes (> ...) or (>>> ...)
Images (! [alt text] (url))
Links ([...] (...))
Emoji (: ... :)
Questions about using markdown shortcuts? Use our chat widget to drop us a line!