Within Teamwork.com, you can enable Markdown for your site so that text in areas such as task descriptions, comments, messages, and notebooks can be formatted using Markdown code.
Markdown is a type of code that allows you to format text using characters directly within the text. For example, an asterisk either side of a word or phrase *like this* will be interpreted in Markdown as italic text. You can find lots of details about Markdown syntax here.
⚠️ It is not possible to create notebooks via Markdown using the Beta Notebooks editor (available to some Teamwork.com accounts).
Site administrators can enable or disable Markdown for the site via the site settings.
Click your profile avatar in the bottom left of your site and select Settings from the pop-out menu.
In the Settings area, go to the General subsection where you will see an option to toggle Use Markdown on or off.
People on your site can also choose to format their comments and messages with Markdown rather than the HTML editor. This option is available in everyone's profile preferences.
For more information, see: Using Markdown in Messages and Comments