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Available Formatting in Сomments

Table 9. Availability - Legacy plans


Overview

All users can format their comments.

When you start typing your comment, a Formatting button Comments-Fomatting_Button.png appears under the comment field with all available formatting options.

Formatting options will appear over text that you highlight.

Text formatting options

To apply formatting to the text, select it, and then click one or more of the formatting options from the menu. To clear formatting, select the text and click the applied formatting option(s) again.

Formatting Option

What It Does

Keyboard Shortcut

Comments-Formatting_Bold.png

Bolds text

Ctrl+B (⌘+B)

Comments-Formatting_Italics.png

Italicizes text

Ctrl+I (⌘+I)

Comments-Formatting_Strikethrough.png

Adds a strikethrough to text

Shift+Ctrl+X (⇧+⌘+X)

Comments-Formatting_Code.png

Formats one line of text as code

Shift+Ctrl+C (⇧+⌘+C)

Comments-Formatting_Code_Block.png

Displays preformatted text using a fixed-width font, preserving all spaces and line breaks

Shift+Alt+Ctrl+C (⇧+⌘+⌥+C)

Add text as a quote

Available_Formatting_in_Somments-Add_text_as_a_quote.png
  1. Navigate to the relevant task, folder, or project.

  2. Open Task view or the Folder or Project Info panels.

  3. Highlight the text you'd like to quote (the text can be from another comment or from the description field) 1.

  4. Click the quotation marks icon Comments-Quotation_Icon.png that appears to the left of the selected text 2.

  5. The selected text is automatically inserted into a new comment. If you're already typing a comment, the quote is added to the end of it 3.

  6. Finish typing your comment and click Send or use your preferred keyboard shortcut to post your comment 4.

Notice

If you're quoting text from another comment, then above it you'll see the name of the user who posted the comment along with the date and time it was posted.

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