Todoist is a to-do list application that helps you record and track tasks to completion. Todoist provides surprisingly good Markdown support for an application of this type. You can use Markdown syntax to format the task names and comments you create in the Todoist website and mobile applications (unfortunately, you canโ€™t use Markdown in the names for projects, labels, or filters).

Todoist Markdown Support

Todoist provides support for the following Markdown elements.

Element Support Notes
Headings Yes Supported in comments only.
Paragraphs Yes
Line Breaks Yes Supported in comments only. You can press the Return key once to achieve the same result.
Bold Yes
Italic Yes
Blockquotes Yes Supported in comments only.
Ordered Lists Yes Supported in comments only.
Unordered Lists Yes Supported in comments only.
Code Yes
Horizontal Rules Yes
Links Yes
Images No
Tables No No longer supported in the latest version.
Fenced Code Blocks Yes
Syntax Highlighting No
Footnotes No
Heading IDs No
Definition Lists No
Strikethrough Yes
Task Lists Yes Supported in comments only.
Emoji (copy and paste) Yes
Emoji (shortcodes) No
Automatic URL Linking Yes
Disabling Automatic URL Linking Yes Supported in comments only.
HTML No

See Also

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