Creating annotations and footnotes
You can add annotations and footnotes to your GROWI wiki. When you add an annotation, a footnote appears at the bottom of the page.
How to write annotations and footnotes
You can add a footer reference to a footnote using the notation
# is the footnote number, e.g.
[^2], etc. You can add a footnote reference anywhere in the document you want. The corresponding footnote should be annotated using
[^#]:, the same text but with a colon at the end.
You can write the annotation reference using plain English as well.
For example, you could use an annotation like
[^longnote]; the footnote would be annotated
[^longnote]: (with a colon).
Both the reference
[^1] and the annotation
[^1]: must exist.
If either one is not present, the other will not function as an annotation.
You can add annotations inline using the Markdown code
[^Add annotation text inline]
(using your own annotation text).
When you use a text annotation, the footnote will automatically be assigned a numeric reference.
Writing long footnotes with paragraphs
If you would like to add a line break into your footnote, you can continue your footnote after the line break by adding an indentation to the beginning of the following paragraph.
## annotations When an annotation is set, its contents are expanded at the bottom of the page. You can write a reference [^1] to the footnote. You can also add an inline footnote ^[Add annotation text inline]. Long footnotes can be written like this[^longnote]. [^1]: A reference to the first footnote. [^longnote]: This is an example of writing footnotes in multiple blocks. Subsequent paragraphs are indented and belong to the previous footnote. # Another article sample
When you create a GROWI page with the above Markdown text, the page created will look like the image below.