Write with Markdown
Markdown has become popular nowadays, especially among developers. It helps you format the note easily without having to write bloated HTML code. If you already know Markdown syntax, you will feel at home.

Headings

To create a heading, add number signs # in front of a word or phrase, followed by a space. The number of number signs you use should correspond to the heading level.
Markdown
Output
# Heading level 1

Heading level 1

## Heading level 2

Heading level 2

### Heading level 3

Heading level 3

Bold

To bold text, add two asterisks ** or underscores __ before and after a word or phrase.
Markdown
Output
**bold text**
bold text
__bold text__
bold text

Italic

To italicize text, add one asterisk * or underscore _ before and after a word or phrase.
Markdown
Output
*italicized text*
italicized text
_italicized text_
italicized text

Bold and Italic

To emphasize text with bold and italics at the same time, add three asterisks or underscores before and after a word or phrase.
Markdown
Output
***bold and italic text***
bold and italic text
___bold and italic text___
bold and italic text

Block quotes

To create a blockquote, add a > in front of a paragraph, followed by a space.
Markdown
Output
> This is a blockquote.

List

To create an ordered list, add line items with numbers followed by periods.
Markdown
Output
1. Item one
2. Item two
3. Item three
  1. 1.
    Item one
  2. 2.
    Item two
  3. 3.
    Item three
To create an unordered list, add dashes -, asterisk *, or plus sign + in front of line items. Indent one or more items to create a nested list.
Markdown
Output
- Item one
- Item two
- Item three
  • Item one
  • Item two
  • Item three

Code

To create a code block, use 3 backticks ``` .
To denote a word or phrase as code, enclose it in backticks `.
Markdown
Output
`in-line code`
in-line code
```code block

Divider

To create a divider, use three asterisks ***, dashes ---, or underscores ___ on a line by themselves and hit Enter.
Markdown
Output
---

Checkbox

To add a toto item, use [] followed by a space.
To add a done item, use [x] followed by a space.
Markdown
Output
[] todo item
  • todo item
[x] done item
  • done item

Copy as Markdown

To copy content from UpNote as markdown, right click and select Copy as Markdown
You may also use the shortcut Cmd + Option + C (on Mac) and Ctrl + Alt + C (on Windows)

Paste with Markdown

If you want to paste from a Markdown source, right click on your editor and select Paste from Markdown. Your content will be automatically converted to proper format.
You may also use the shortcut Cmd + Option + V (on Mac) and Ctrl + Alt + V (on Windows)