Cheddar tasks support the span-level parts of Markdown as well as some extras.
You can add hashtags just like you can on Twitter. Say you have a shopping list. You could tag each item with the store you're going to buy it at.
Buy a new rug at #ikea
Get Dr. Pepper at #target
You can make a link by simply typing a URL.
Check out nothingmagical.com
You can also make links using Markdown.
Read Sam's blog
Get invited to dribbble.com
Make something italic by surrounding it with `*` (asterisk) or `_` (underscore).
Read Steve Jobs
Listen to Empire! Empire!
Make something bold by surrounding it with `**` (two asterisks) or `__` (two underscores).
Make it really awesome
Something accurate for Chapter 1
Make something bold italic by surrounding it with `***` (three asterisks) or `___` (three underscores).
Never say never
Go camping soon
To strikethrough text, surround it with
~~ (two tildes).
good great restaurant
For the nerds, you can reference code by surrounding it by a
Change the links to
You can simply type Emoji on iOS or Mac. Typing their name surround with
: (colon) like on Campfire, GitHub, and others works too. Here's the full list of Emoji names. Currently only Safari and Cheddar for iOS support displaying Emoji. Hopefully other browsers will add support soon.
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