Markdown, not unlike HTML, is a text format you can use to add structure and styling to the emails you send from Nutshell. Would you like to add styling to your email such as headers, italicized or bold text, lists, links and images into the emails you send from Nutshell? This article is for you.
Currently, Nutshell does not support HTML styling but supports an even simpler and more user-friendly text format called Markdown. Below, you will find an overview of some of the features of Markdown you can use when sending emails from inside Nutshell with examples of how this text will be formatted inside Nutshell.
Please note that to test this type of styling, you will need to send an email to a non-Nutshell user, such as a Person or Company. For a full technical guide to Markdown, including some commonly asked questions, please click here.
Using a pound sign (#) before a word will make it a header:
Italics and bold text
For italicized text, use asterisks:
For bold text, use two asterisks:
1. item 1
2. item 2
3. item 3
4. item 4
* item 1
* item 2
* item 3
* item 4
You can add clickable links to an email by using the following syntax:
For images, you'll want to upload your logo or another image to a public image-hosting website such as postimage.io or imgbb.com to produce a clickable link that you will select with your cursor and copy and paste into the following format.