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Fixed

TOC does not show # headers

bijzz 4 years ago • updated by Claudia Marin 10 months ago 5
When i have a document like:

```
[toc]
# header 1
## header a
## header b
# header 2
### header c
```

I get a toc like:

```
header a
header b
 header c
```

but why do the `#` instaces not show up?

Under review
Main title (#) is not include into TOC. You can check index of any book and Wikipedia.
So It would be nice if separate two docs or like follow doc.  

```
# main header

[TOC]

## header 1
### header a
### header b
## header 2
### Header c
```
Oh, okay, in this context it does make sense.

It did confuse me at first as it is implemented differently in other markdown editors (e.g. stackedit).

Thanks for the clarification.
then, i guess the document has to be updated. Because, current document has an example of TOC with h1 header in it.

Hi,

To me TOC means to be able to see the full table of content, same like in Google Docs, same like in Word.

When I compare the HAroopad behavior with them, it's kind of strange that it only starts from Heading2...


Is there any chance you will change the behavior to match a classical TOC?


Thanks!