Select and then choose the formatting that you want to use. You can add headers and lists or apply bold, italic, and underline styles.


 

You can also copy and paste text from other spaces or applications. When you do this, your original text formatting gets converted to the rich text styles available in Webex Teams. So, if your original text includes styles not available in Webex Teams, the formatting might not match exactly.

If you want more control over the formatting, click , and check Markdown enabled. You can't use all methods of formatting in the same message. If you switch to Markdown after applying any rich text formats or copy and pasting text from other spaces or applications, you'll lose those styles.

Select and then choose the formatting that you want to use. You can add headers or apply bold, italic, and underline styles.

  • Select to insert a link in your message, copy and paste a URL into the link address field, then type in the link text that you want to display in the message, and click ADD.

If you want more control over message formatting, click , and check Markdown enabled. You can't use all methods of formatting messages in the same message. If you switch to Markdown after applying any rich text formats or copy and pasting text from other spaces or applications, you'll lose those styles.


 

You can also copy and paste text from other spaces or applications. When you do this, your original text formatting gets converted to the rich text styles available in Webex Teams. So, if your original text includes styles not available in Webex Teams, the formatting might not match exactly.

Use keyboard shortcuts to format your messages.

  • For bold, press Ctrl+B for Windows and Command+B for Mac.

  • For italics, press Ctrl+I for Windows and Command+I for Mac.

  • For underlines, press Ctrl+U for Windows and Command+U for Mac.

If you want more control over the formatting, click , and check Markdown enabled. You can use keyboard shortcuts and markdown to format message, but pasted text won't retain its original formatting.