What is markdown?
Markdown formatting is a simple but powerful way to make your story details more expressive. Some simple formatting options are also available for story card titles. Most of the markdown options have more alternatives.
You can use the following formatting options for text content:
> This is a blockquote with two paragraphs.
> Donec sit amet nisl. Aliquam semper ipsum sit amet velit.
> This is the first level of quoting.
> > This is nested block-quote.
> Back to the first level.
: Definition 1
: This definition has a code block.
Here is a footnote[^footnote].
[^footnote]: Here is the *text* of the **footnote**.
Inline `code` has `back-ticks around` it.
Fenced code block:
You can add an optional language identifier to enable syntax highlighting in your fenced code block.
For example, to syntax highlight Ruby code:
markdown = Redcarpet.new("Hello World!")
In case you like to use code blocks only to highlight something or to have nested list items please use:
![Alt text](http://www.flexdevelopers.com/b/uploaded_images/mytube.gif "Optional title")
[id]: http://www.flexdevelopers.com/b/uploaded_images/mytube.gif "Optional title attribute"
You can get markup for the images attached to the cards by hovering over the image and clicking on "get markup".
Right-aligned Value, centered Qty
| Item | Value | Qty |
| -------- | -----:|:---: |
| Computer | $1600 | 5 |
| Phone | $12 | 12 |
| Pipe | $1 | 234 |