Formatting Text with Markdown

FeatureMap allows Markdown in the description of each card. Markdown is intended to be as easy-to-read and easy-to-write as is feasible.

Markdown is a simple markdown language you can use to easily add formatting to your cards. We do not support images or HR from Markdown at this time, you can see below the list of supported Markdown Text that can help you get your descriptions on cards:

  • Bold
  • Italics
  • Bulleted lists
  • Numbered lists
  • Headings
  • Links

Adding Markdown to text

 
Formatting Entered text Published text
Bold This is how you **bold** text. This is how you bold text
Italics This is how you *italicize* text. This is how you Italicize text
Bulleted lists * Bullet one (don’t forget a space after the asterisk)

* Bullet two

Note: You must type a line break before and after the list.
  • Bullet one (don’t forget a space after the asterisk)
  • Bullet two
Numbered lists 1. Step one

2. Step two

Note: Do not use a hashtag (#) when creating numbered lists in Markdown, as the symbol is used for other formatting.
  1. Step One
  2. Step Two
Headings # Heading level one (with a space after the #)

## Heading level two

### Heading level three

You can add up to six heading levels.

Heading one

Heading two

Heading three

Links [Link display text](http://www.featuremap.co) FeatureMap

 

Markdown is used for writing in the web, currently we are experimenting with upgrading our interface to allow an option to use alternative formatting systems.

If you have any questions about our Markdown syntax feel free to drop an email over to support@featuremap.co

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