Links (markdown)

To translate into links, surround the link text with [] (square brackets) and put the URL in () (round brackets) right after it.

On Backlog, URL and email address separated with spaces are automatically translated into links.

 

Example

 This page on [Backlog](http://backlogtool.com/) is useful to solve this bug.

This page http://backlogtool.com/ is useful to solve this bug.

Send an email to support@backlogtool.com.

Result

 This page on Backlog is useful to solve this bug.

This page http://backlogtool.com/ is useful to solve this bug.

Send an email to support@backlogtool.com.

Links to issues and Wikis

To create a link to another issue in the same Space, simply put the issue key or enclose it in double square brackets [[]].

For the Wiki, the name of the Wiki page needs to be enclosed in double square brackets [[]].

Example 

This seems to be the same phenomenon as we saw in [[BLG-104]].

Please refer BLG-87 also.

Check out [[Home]] first.

Result

This seems to be the same phenomenon as we saw in BLG-104.

Please refer BLG-87 also.

Check out Home at first.

Links to Subversion revisions

Insert a link to the Subversion's revision details by putting the hash symbol (#), "rev" and revision number enclosed in round brackets () together.

Example

 #rev(11)

Result

 r11

Links to Git revisions

Hash (#) with rev(repository:revision) translates into a link to the Git's revision details.

Example

 #rev(app:abcdefg)

Result

 app:abcdefg

Links to a file attached on the Wiki

You can insert links to the attached files on the Wiki.

Usually, the link is inserted through the toolbar on the Wiki's editing page, so you don't need to memorize this formatting rule.

Example

 #attach(sample.zip:11)

Result

sample.zip

Note: Your project will only use Markdown formatting if specified by your administrator under Project Settings. To learn more about this, please read the Formatting Rules.