Rich text editor
A ticket description is useful for explaining in detail what the ticket is about and what needs to be done to complete it. For example, use it to describe the key behavior of a new feature, to lay out the steps for reproducing a bug, or to link to related artifacts like designs or specs.
**text**for bold text
_text_for italic text
~~text~~for strikethrough text
`text`for monospace text / code
######at the beginning of a line for headings at different levels
>at the beginning of a line for a block quote
*at the beginning of a line for a bulleted list
1.at the beginning of a line for a numbered list
---at the beginning of a line for a horizontal divider
- ``` at the beginning of a line, then
Enter, for a code block
The editor recognizes all of the common formatting keyboard shortcuts you'd expect:
Bto toggle bold
Ito toggle italics
Xto toggle strikethrough
Eto toggle monospace text / code
Tabwhile in a list item to indent, and
Tabwhile in a list item to dedent
Kto insert a link or make selected text a link
Zto undo and
You can insert emojis by typing
:followed by the emoji's name or alias, such as
. Or type
:and a portion of the emoji's name, then select the emoji you want from the dropdown picker.
To add an image, click the image icon in the toolbar or just drag and drop an image from your computer into the editor area.
You can reference another ticket by typing
#followed by the ticket's ID. Or type
#and a portion of the ticket's ID, title, labels, etc., then select the ticket from the dropdown picker.