In Magma, you can now add descriptions to your projects to provide context and information for other users.
The project description form uses Markdown syntax, a lightweight markup language that allows for easy formatting of text. Here's how you can use Markdown to create rich, informative project descriptions:
You can create headers by using one or more hashtags (#) at the beginning of a line. The number of hashtags determines the level of the header. For example:
# This is a level 1 header
## This is a level 2 header
### This is a level 3 header
You can add emphasis to text by using asterisks (*) or underscores (_) around the text. For example:
This is *emphasized* text.
This is _also_ emphasized text.
You can create unordered lists by using asterisks (*) or dashes (-) followed by a space. You can create ordered lists by using numbers followed by a period (.) and a space. For example:
* Item 1
* Item 2
* Item 3
1. First item
2. Second item
3. Third item
You can create links by using square brackets  to enclose the link text, and parentheses () to enclose the URL. For example:
This is a [link](http://www.example.com).
You can add images by using an exclamation mark (!), followed by square brackets  to enclose the alt text, and parentheses () to enclose the image URL. For example:
That's it! With these basic Markdown syntax rules, you can now create informative and well-formatted project descriptions for your Magma projects.