Using Markdown in Release
In Release you can style your text using Markdown syntax. Markdown is a way to indicate headers, hyperlink, italics, and so on in your text. In Release, markdown is supported in task descriptions, script task output, and comments.
This is a brief overview of the most common Markdown commands.
When you start a line with one or more
# characters, it becomes a header.
# Header 1 ## Header 2 ###### Header 6
The simplest way to create a clickable hyperlink is to enter a web site address starting with
Visit our documentation at https://docs.xebialabs.com/release/
You can also create a link text as follows:
Please visit [the XebiaLabs website](http://xebialabs.com/)
To italicize text, surround it with a single underscore (
_). For bold, use a double asterisk (
Choose between **bold** and _italic_.
To display a text in a code block format, wrap the text with three backticks.
To create a bulleted list, begin each list item with an asterisk (
*) followed by a space.
Bulleted list: * One item * Another item
To create a numbered list, begin each list item with a number and a period (
.). The numbering does not have to be exact, Markdown will calculate the proper order for you.
Numbered list: 1. First item 2. Second item 10. Last item
Markdown has more options. For a full explanation, see the Markdown guide by John Gruber.