Easy Format Tips


#1

Quotes use the “>” key

while bold uses ** on both sides

Italics will use * on boths sides

and both will use *** as is only logical

  • a single * placed only at the beginning followed by a space will result in a bullet

“#” will make a Heading

numerous "#"s will make a smaller heading

indent preformatted text by 4 spaces to give it this unappealing but stand-out look

Preformated text also won’t wrap the text in the field

use “—” (3 hyphens) to have a horizontal break in the page


to open the link window hold (ctrl+k)

thats all i think there is?


#2

With the exception of using *** for bold-italic, as far as I can tell, pretty much like Markdown.

It even supports minor syntax highlighting and code blocks like Markdown… sweet! Not that it will be of any real use here I think -

```javascript
function haloRequest(cb) {
sheet.spreadsheets.values.get({
key: process.env.googleSheetsKey,
spreadsheetId: process.env.googleSheetID,
range: process.env.googleSheetRange
}, function (err, response) {
if (err) {
return cb(new Error(‘Error accessing spreadsheet’, err))
} else {
let rows = response.values
if (rows.length == 0) {
return cb(new Error(“No rows found! Something happend to the spreadsheet!!”))
} else {
return cb(null, gatherMessage(rows))
}
}
})
}
```

Results in -

function haloRequest(cb) {
  sheet.spreadsheets.values.get({
    key: process.env.googleSheetsKey,
    spreadsheetId: process.env.googleSheetID,
    range: process.env.googleSheetRange
  }, function (err, response) {
    if (err) {
      return cb(new Error('Error accessing spreadsheet', err))
    } else {
      let rows = response.values
      if (rows.length == 0) {
        return cb(new Error("No rows found! Something happend to the spreadsheet!!"))
      } else {
        return cb(null, gatherMessage(rows))
      }
    }
  })
}