What is Markdown? ​
Markdown is a lightweight mark-up language with plain text formatting syntax. Markdown allows you to write using an easy-to-read, easy-to-write plain text format, then convert it to formatted text. ​
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Markdown Support ​
The supported Markdown syntax is as follows: ​
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Header ​
Android: Type the Markdown syntax below.​
Header 1 : # Header 1 ​
Header 2: ## Header 2 ​
Header 3: ### Header 3

Mac: Use syntax below followed by space or return key. You can also click on the Paragraph style and select Header.​
# Header 1 ​
## Header 2 ​
### Header 3

Web: Use syntax below followed by space or return key. You can also click on the Paragraph style and select Header.​
# Header 1 ​
## Header 2 ​
### Header 3

Italics ​
Android: Type out *sample text* followed by space or return key. ​
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Mac: Use syntax *sample text* followed by space or return key. You can also click the "I" in the Toolbar to italicize your selected words.​

Web: Use syntax *sample text* followed by space or return key. You can also click the "I" in the Toolbar to italicize your selected words.

Bold​
Android: Use syntax **sample text** followed by space or return key.​
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Mac: Use syntax **sample text** followed by space or return key. You can also click the B in the toolbar to bold your selected words.

Web: Use syntax **sample text** followed by space or return key. You can also click the B in the toolbar to bold your selected words.

Strikethrough ​
Android: Use syntax ~~sample text~~ followed by space or return key. ​
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Mac: Use syntax ~~sample text~~ followed by space or return key. You can also click the "S" in the toolbar to strike out your selected words.​

Web: Use syntax ~~sample text~~ followed by space or return key. You can also click the struck-through "T" button in the toolbar to strike out your selected words.

Link ​
Android: Use syntax [Click to Open](https://2appstudio.com) .
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Mac: Click the + icon in toolbar > Click Link > Insert Link > Ok.

Web: Click the + icon in toolbar > Click Link > Insert Link > Ok.

Web Image ​
Android: Use syntax ![Alternative text](https://2appstudio.com/image.png) .
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Mac: Click the + icon in toolbar > Click Link > Insert Image From URL > Ok.​

Web: Click the + icon in toolbar > Click Image from URL > Ok.

Blockquote ​
Android: Use syntax > Sample text followed by the return key. ​
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Mac: Use syntax > Sample text followed by the return key. You can also click on Paragraph Style > Select Blockquote.​

Web: Use syntax > Sample text followed by the return key. You can also click on Paragraph Style > Select Blockquote.

Unordered list ​
Android: Use syntax * Sample text followed by the space or return key. ​
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Mac: Use syntax * Sample text followed by the return key. You can also click on Paragraph Style > Select Unordered List.​

Web: Use syntax * Sample text followed by the return key. You can also click on Paragraph Style > Select Unordered List.

Ordered List ​
Android: Use syntax 1. Sample text followed by the space or return key. ​
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Mac: Use syntax 1. Sample text followed by the return key. You can also click on Paragraph Style > Select Ordered List.​

Web: Use syntax 1. Sample text followed by the return key. You can also click on Paragraph Style > Select Ordered List.​

Table ​
Android: Use the below syntax: ​
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| Title 1 | Title 2 | Title 3 |
| ––– | ––– | ––– |
| Content 1 | Content 2 | Content 3 |
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Mac: Click on the + icon in toolbar > Select Table > change number of rows and columns. ​

Web: Click on the + icon in toolbar > Select Table > change rows and columns.

Task List ​
Android:​
Use syntax - [ ] Sample text followed by space or return key for uncheck task. ​
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Use syntax - [x] Sample text followed by space or return key for checked task. ​
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Mac: Click on Body > Select Task List.​
Select the box to check the task.​

Web: Click on Body > Select Task List.
Select the box to check the task.

Take Note: Please note that we do not officially support Markdown syntax that are not listed above. ​

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Markdown Preview ​
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Android​
In the editor, tap the glasses icon to enable Markdown preview. ​
To disable Markdown preview, tap the Pencil icon. ​
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Mac​
The editor shows the Markdown in Rich Text. To change to read-only mode, click the Glasses icon in the toolbar.

Web
The editor shows the Markdown in Rich Text. To change to read-only mode, click the Glasses icon in the toolbar.
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