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Markdown is a friendly and simple way to format your content. In this article, we'll describe a few markdown techniques for formatting your full-screen, in-app messages. ## Hyperlinks Hyperlinks are easy with markdown. Hyperlinks form two parts, the text and the destination. In Markdown, the format is `[text](location)`. For example, a hyperlink to the Carnival Facebook page might look like this `[Visit us on Facebook](https://www.facebook.com/carnivalmobile)` which looks like this: [Visit us on Facebook](https://www.facebook.com/carnivalmobile). ## Bold text Text can be made bold by surrounding the text with **two** asterisk(`*`) characters. For example: `I want **this** to stand out`, looks like: I want **this** to stand out. ## Italics Text can be made bold by surrounding the text with **one** asterisk(`*`) characters. For example: `I want *this* to stand out`, looks like: I want *this* to stand out. ## Lists Lists require two important syntactical pieces. A new line and an asterisk character. For example, a list in Markdown will look like this: ``` My list contains: * A blank line before the first item * An asterisk before each item * And that's it. ``` Which looks like My list contains: * A new line before the first item * An asterisk before each line * An indent is good practice too ### Numbered lists To make a numbered list, simply replace * with the 1, 2, 3, 4 etc For example, a numbered list in Markdown will look like this: ``` Steps for success: 1. A brilliant idea 2. An excellent execution 3. A bit of luck ``` Which looks like Steps for success: 1. A brilliant idea 2. An excellent execution 3. A bit of luck This article only scratches the surface of what can be done with Markdown. For a full documentation, see the original creator's [blog post](http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax).