HTML in list notes and list and sections' description fields
In some cases, an instructor needs to provide extra information to their student by referring to an external website.
Use case: "All the citations in this section cannot be booked through the library but can be found in the compendium. More information <a>here</a>."
It would be very useful to use HTML in the list notes, or in the description field of the list or sections. Both so instructors can use links, but also to make the information more visible if it comes after a long list of citations (in the case of a list note).
Kevin Wilson commented
I would like to both upvote and recommend this idea. We use list, section and citation notes/descriptions frequently and would like more options in how we use these.
A 'Notepad' style option that allows text to be formatted (size, bold, underline, italics, bullet points or numbering) or hyperlinks to be used would be more reader-friendly than a single type of text.
Clara Lunndal commented
Very useful suggestion, hope this will be implemented