Format text with markdown

Format text with markdown

What is markdown

Markdown is a fairly simple notation that will help formatting text once it is displayed.

Example of formatted text
  • header (in an invisible note box)
  • bold
  • italic

How to...

From the help menu in the app, open the "formatting" panel to learn about markdown within the app

Look at these examples:


We have extended markdown for Skore, so that we can add images, links to other processes and icons on the processes. 

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