Besides the standard paragraphs and headings, there are a few custom "Panel" formats:
These panels provide paragraphs with different background colours, eg:
The "Preformatted (Code Block)" format is similar but uses <pre> tags and is a great way to include code snippets in your document:
Besides the standard styles, there are a few custom inline formats:
The "Code (Tag)" format uses <code> tags which inline well as tags:
"Highlight" and "Red Mark" can be useful for highlighting certain words in your document:
Working on the markdown standard,
[ ] and
[x] are converted to unchecked and checked checkboxes.
These checkboxes are interactive in Podio as well (when the SuperMenu extension is installed). In the absence of the extension, you can simply manipulate the text like you would with markdown.
The editor supports images like other rich text editors:
Note that images are save to the current item in Podio as files. However, if you have an always-hidden image field in the app in Podio, images will be saved to this field instead.
The editor also supports markdown-style text pattern replacements, eg
# Heading 1,
## Heading 2,
### Heading 3,
``` pre code block,
- Unordered list,
You can also use inline styles, like
These patterns are replaced as-you-type:
[(Item) Podio Item ID]."&fid=text-field&act=edit"