Markdown formatting

ChartHop uses a standardized text format called Markdown. Even if you have never encountered Markdown before using ChartHop, chances are you will likely see it again, as it is a very common format across the web.

Markdown is used across the application for styling content such as job descriptions, department / team pages, creating custom forms, or the dashboard bulletin. If you need to bold, italicize, underline, or style content in any other way, Markdown is the best way to do it in ChartHop.

Here are some of the most commonly used Markdown format rules.








[link text](https://www.example)


![alt image text](https://www.example.png)

Image with link


Header 1

# H1

Header 2

## H2

Header 3

### H3

Header 4

#### H4

Ordered List

1. First item 2. Second item 3. Third item

Unordered List

- First item - Second item - Third item


> blockquote

Horizontal Rule


For more advanced Markdown tips, here is an external resource.