SideNotes provides a subset of Markdown to format text. It also renders
By default, Markdown characters are grayed-out.
All five header-levels are supported. However, as the SideNotes user interface is made to be relatively small, they all look the same.
Header start with
# (up to five hashes) and a space.
# Header 1 ## Header 2 ### Header 3 #### Header 4 #### Header 5
Bold, Italic, Strike, Marked
*Italic* **Bold** ***Bold Italic*** ~~Strike~~ ::Marked::
Quoted text begins with
> SideNotes keeps your notes on the side of the screen. Appears when you click a little bar or move your cursor to the screen side.
Lists whose elements start with a number, a dot and a space.
1. Apples 2. Oranges
Bullet-point style list
Lists whose elements start with
* and a space.
* Bananas * Mangos
Tasks are saved as a pure text as
[ ] and
[x]. However, they are nicely rendered,
so you can click to check or uncheck them.
[x] First task [ ] Second task [ ] Third task
Inline code starts and ends with"
Inline code starts and ends with:
``` Code Block ```
Colors are saved in a hexadecimal, CSS-like style. They are rendered as a colored circles. You can click them to quickly copy the color. When you select them and copy into the pasteboard, you'll find there their hexadecimal representation, as well.
#aaeace #48809f #8155ff