Using markdown to customize notes


When you add a new note to a record's activity log, you have the option to customize the text using Markdown. This is a special formatting language that can be used to make your text bold, italic, in bullets, etc.

This article will provide some basic examples of using Markdown. You can also visit this page for more detailed examples of Markdown syntax.

 Markdown Syntax

  End Result

  Add two spaces at the end of a sentence

  Break will appear (example at     bottom)

  _this is italics_ or *this is italics*

  this is italics or this is italics

  __this is bold__ or **this is bold** 

  this is bold or this is bold

  --- (line separator)

  * Bullet 1
  * Bullet 2
  * Bullet 3
  • Bullet 1
  • Bullet 2
  • Bullet 3

  1. Monitor
  2. Keyboard
  3. Mouse

  1. Monitor
  2. Keyboard
  3. Mouse

  [This is a link to Copper]     (

  This is a link to Copper


 ![Alt text](URL of the image)  There will be an image in default   size. 

Here's an example of adding Markdown in a note:

This is what it will look like after you click save.


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