Live Markdown does not work consistantly and ends up incorrecty formatting messages. While I can understand the desire for a WYSIWYG editor, it does not not work with markdown message formatting since not all markdown is known at the time the message is actively being typed in.
Either get rid of it, or provide a preview button for how your message will look when sent. We currently have stopped formatting messaging altogether because of the inconsistancy and are considering switching to another platform since this basic feature is so poorly implemented.
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- as soon as you type "g", "http://g" and everything after switches to bold.
- Typing out the entire example, leaves "http://google.com" bold, and does NOT switch it to monospace, which the wrapping backticks should do.
- Sending the message results in Teams removing the bold, but instead hyperlinking just the url, and leaving the backticks in place, when the entire url should just be in monospace.
Rick Goodrow commented
and apparently your message platform uservoice is incorrectly parsing these messages as well. People should be able to interpret the incorrect" turning into "