A variety of special formatting can be applied to text entered in a checklist item.
HTML cannot be inserted directly, as this poses a potential security risk. Instead, you can use the following basic Markdown syntax to format your text.
The customer said what?
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You can use almost the full Markdown suite (CommonMark specification) to customize your checklists to your heart’s desire. The only exception is that you cannot insert HTML blocks, as this poses a security risk.
To get you started, here are a few examples of what you can do:
You can embed external images into checklist items using Markdown syntax.
When dates are entered in DD/MM/YYYY or MM/DD/YYYY format, special formatting is automatically applied.
The following emojis can be inserted:
(*) (*r) (*g) (*b)
Jira issue links
Any issue keys that follow Jira standards will automatically be converted to hyperlinks.
An @ symbol that is immediately followed by characters will automatically have special formatting applied.
This is not a true @mention function and is only a visual indicator. A list of users is not suggested as you type, and users are not notified that their name has been used.