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In the new text editor in new look Jira using markdown instead of markup, there are no buttons to indent or create numbered sublists eg within a numbered list. How is it done? Googled for markdown cheatsheets but the suggested solutions don't seem to work
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Hm, now I found out about Shift+tab, but I had to delete the sentence in the item to be able to get it to a higher level than the subitem that was above it. I know how to do it but that will probably be very messy for me if I need to update something that is in the middle of a list.
Tab indents, shift+tab outdents. You shouldn't have to delete any content to outdent, however. It would be great to see a video of what's happening, feel free to shoot me an email poye@atlassian
We noticed many users reporting that the accepted answer above doesn't seem to work. In fact, using the tab key to skip to the next level of the topic/number list works properly as long as you are:
Additionally, sometimes the browser cache might be causing issues in the fields displaying. Make sure you cleared your browser cache and tried it in incognito mode.
Petter Gonçalves - Atlassian Support