Easily format task descriptions with Markdown.

Markdown is an easy to learn way to effortlessly format plain-text. Markdown has an easily understandable syntax that, unlike other markup languages, is even readable in plain text form while editing. MapleTasks allows you to quickly format task descriptions with Markdown. Simply start typing in Markdown while editing a task's description.


Writing Markdown

Example Markdown

Heading
=======

Sub-heading
-----------

### A deeper heading

Paragraphs are separated
by a blank line.

Two spaces at the end of a line denote a  
line break.

Text attributes *italic*, **bold**, 
`monospace`.

Here is a [link](https://mapletasks.com).

Bullet list:

* prefix items with a ```*```
* lists are super easy
  * indent subitems
* add as many items as you want

Numbered list:

1. prefix items with a number
2. lists are super easy
  * indent subitems
3. add as many items as you want

> Write text after a ```>``` to
> put it in a blockquote

Resulting Output

Heading

Sub-heading

A deeper heading

Paragraphs are separated by a blank line.

Two spaces at the end of a line denote a
line break.

Text attributes italic, bold, monospace.

Here is a link.

Bullet list:

  • prefix items with a *
  • lists are super easy
    • indent subitems
  • add as many items as you want

Numbered list:

  1. prefix items with a number
  2. lists are super easy
    • indent subitems
  3. add as many items as you want

Write text after a > to put it in a blockquote