Markdown is a lightweight markup language that allows users to format text in our chat. It is a simple and easy-to-use syntax that can help you add emphasis, headings, links, and other formatting options to your text.
How to use it?
Here's how to use Markdown formatting options in a chat:
- Bold text: To make text bold, simply wrap it in double asterisks (**text**) or double underscores (__text__). For example, hello or hello will appear as hello in the chat.
- Italic text: To italicize text, simply wrap it in single asterisks (*text*) or single underscores (_text_). For example, hello or hello will appear as hello in the chat.
Code snippets: To format a code snippet, surround it with backticks (`code`). For example, `print("hello world");` will appear as
print("hello world")in the chat.
Inline code: To add inline code, wrap it in single backticks (`code`). For example, the
print()function will appear as print() in the chat.
- Lists: To create a list, use either asterisks (*) or dashes (-) followed by a space to create a bullet point.
- Links: To add a link, surround the text you want to use as the link with square brackets [text], followed by the link in parentheses (link). For example,
[Bevy Homepage](https://www.bevy.com)will appear as "Bevy Homepage" in the chat, and clicking on it will take you to https://www.bevy.com.
That's it! Using Markdown formatting options in a chat can help you create well-structured, easy-to-read messages.