You can format the text within your Experiences using Markdown - a simple code for styling your text.
Note: Extra line breaks are NOT collapsed as they would in traditional markdown.
Horizontal rule (line):
***(three asterisks) or
___(three underscores) on its own line.
Note: This generates an
<hr> tag and remember you can use line breaks above and below for better spacing.
Header 1 (largest font size):
Header 2 (second largest font size):
Header 6 (smallest font size):
Second indent: leave a space before the dash or number
Note: Please ensure there is a return (line break) above the list start, and that there is space between the dash or number and text.
Left aligned: nothing -- this is the default
Did you know? 🤓
Markdown was created in 2004 to provide greater readability and flexibility for text formatting. Many other products, such as Github, Slack, and Trello use a version of it too!
Using emojis in copy has become ubiquitous for drawing personality and engaging with reader.
Chameleon supports emojis and encourages you to use them to give a special touch to your copy. To use emojis, you can use the built-in emoji selector that's available to you:
On Mac, press
CTRL + CMD + Space.
On Windows, press
Win + .or
Win + ;.
From the Chrome browser, you can also access this selector by right-clicking the page and selecting the Emoji & Symbols option.
Get creative with your copy and engage with personality 🥳