Converts spreadsheet selection into GitHub Markdown table with text formatting. Saves to Google Drive.
**NEW IN VERSION 16!!**
Formatted numbers, strings, and booleans now display correctly in Markdown table.
MAKING MARKDOWN TABLES IN GOOGLE SHEETS
MarkdownTableMaker. Simple conversion from spreadsheet to Markdown. Markdown was created by John Gruber. Now creating a Markdown table is simple and easy. Select a spreadsheet range, and convert the selection to a Markdown table.
Copy and paste it anywhere (e.g., GitHub, StackEdit, Atom, Mado, Reddit, Minimalist Markdown Editor, etc.).
Save your conversion to Google Drive. Once your exported markdown document is on Google Drive, you can edit your markdown with third-party Drive apps (e.g., StackEdit).
This is the CLASSIC version of MarkdownTableMaker.
--Added support for formatted display value in spreadsheet
--Added support for skipping hidden columns and rows
----Added support for rows hidden by users or filters
----Added support for columns hidden by users
--Updated growing list of supported monospace Google fonts
--Changed export filename prefix 'MarkdownTableMaker-'
--Improved monospace font recognition
--Improved Hyperlink title handling
--Added compatibility fixes for Apps Script API changes.
--Added support for vertical pipes (now displayed as inline code syntax)
--Moved add-on to Productivity category, to include more non-developer users
--Added multi-line support for table cells
--Added update button to UI
--Improved compatibility for bold, italic and strikethrough font styles
--Added feature to convert HYPERLINK formulas to Markdown links
--Added table column alignments (left, center or right) based on first row of the range
--Added range auto-cropping to reduce selection to data within row and column bounds
--Converted cells formatted with monospace type (i.e., Courier New) to inline code syntax (with back-ticks)
--Two options now available for conversion:
----Converts a specified range to table
----Converts the entire spreadsheet (with auto-cropping) to table
--First Chrome Web Store Release