Markdown syntax complements the text editor tools and allows you to format your text in the following sections:

1/ Text associated with a job advert

2/ Emails sent from Welcome Kit and related templates

3/ Comments on each applicant record

4/ Applicant assessments

How to use Markdown

  • To put text into italics you will need to put an asterisk (*) on each side, without a space or return between the text and asterisks:

*text*

  • To make text bold you will need to put two asterisks (**) on each side, without a space or return between the text and asterisks:

**text**

  • To make a bulleted list, each item in the list must be preceded by an asterisk (*) followed by a space for the main items, and a dash (-) followed by a space for sub-items:
  • To create a title, you must put one or more hashes (#, ##, or ###) followed by a space before the title text:
  • To create a hyperlink (text that links to a URL), you will need to put the relevant text in square brackets [text] and append - without a space - the URL for the link in brackets (http://my-url.com):
  • To include an image, you must host it on a dedicated URL (via an Imgur- or Lightshot-style service), then use the following format, which doesn’t contain any spaces:

If your image doesn’t have a name, you can leave the square brackets empty: [].

  • To include a quote, you will need to put a greater than sign (>) followed by a space before the relevant text:
  • Finally, to include a code block, you will need to put triple backticks before and after the relevant text, followed by a return:
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