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    Same markdown syntax that is allowed in Card Details would be useful in Card Comments.

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    I agree with this idea but would like to add more to what was described.

    Having sibling cards at the 3rd level, which sit to the right of a particular card, is part of how the original "story mapping" concept was described and is widely used.

    That is, if you imagine that you have time moving from left to right on the map, then a 2nd level card may break down into a set of cards like this...

    Card A "and then" Card B "and then" Card C
    "or"
    Card D
    "or"
    Card E "and then" Card F
    etc.

    When it starts to get messy, one might reconsider the user experience that is being mapped - but that's outside the scope of this request.

    So if I'm on a card, I should be able to "press right" and "n" for a new card to the right of the current card, much like I can do on the 2nd row.

    This would in turn push any cards already to the right of it further to the right to "insert" the new card as a sibling to the one on its left.

    Note: The same logic would apply for those that read right to left vs. left to right.

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