allow code markdown inline
When chatting, I'm forced to use a new entry if I wish to use the ``` markdown for code. If I try to use it inline, it does not format into a code box and includes the "```" in the message. If the message does not start with the ```, then it ignores that you are trying to use Markdown.
I appreciate the work that has been put into this over what looks like a long period of time but, for me, it still could use some polish.
Just play around with combinations of normal typing, backticks, and copy-pasting and you get into some weird situations. Add the monospace formatting button and it's pretty frustrating.
Nate Johnson commented
Cannot convince devs to switch to Teams due to the ****** code-snippet support. Single-backticks don't work in-line; triple-backtick starts a snippet but gives no easy way to END it. Seriously folks, this is not difficult. Get it right.
Michael Grenier commented
Just convinced every member of my organisation to switch from Slack to Teams.
Received a few complains that the markdown seems broken. No one can work out the `inline code` or ```multi-line code``` (we use French keyboard, similar to German).
Gordon Tyler commented
You can use single backquote, `like this`, to get monospace formatting inline.
Peter Bogdanovic commented
Support for mono-spaced code text boxes via the markdown ``` is a critical feature. As is support for pasting bigger chunks of code, the Slack "snippet" feature. Without support for those two things Teams is basically unusable for developers and sysadmins.
I was about to make the same suggestion only for a single back tick inline. It can do one code snippet inline but not multiple which is pretty frustrating.
You can use it in the middle of a message as long as it starts on a new line. Shift+Enter to start a new line without sending.
Jamie Thomson commented
Yet another issue with teams' markdown support. I sincerely hope the dev team are taking notice of all these issues and realising that their live conversion feature (where it changes markdown syntax on the fly) is not suited to those that are already very familiar with markdown.
Please just give us the ability to write raw markdown and then preview it before posting. That would solve SO MANY issues that have been posted up here.