Formatting like tables, syntax highlighting, and automatic linking allows you to arrange complex information clearly in your pull requests, issues, and comments.
You can build tables to organize information in comments, issues, pull requests, and wikis.
You can streamline your Markdown by creating a collapsed section with the <details> tag.
Share samples of code with fenced code blocks and enabling syntax highlighting.
Use Markdown to display mathematical expressions on GitHub.
References to URLs, issues, pull requests, and commits are automatically shortened and converted into links.
You can convey information by attaching a variety of file types to your issues and pull requests.
You can use task lists to break the work for an issue or pull request into smaller tasks, then track the full set of work to completion.
You can create a permanent link to a specific line or range of lines of code in a specific version of a file or pull request.
Use keywords to link an issue and pull request or to mark an issue or pull request as a duplicate.