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@alisowski/storybook-addon-notes
Write notes for your Storybook stories.
npm install @alisowski/storybook-addon-notes
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@alisowski/storybook-addon-notes

NOTE: Storybook deprecated this plugin in favor of addon-docs. While that plugin is useful this plugin solves different problems.

Storybook Addon Notes allows you to write notes (text or HTML) for your stories in Storybook.

Framework Support

Storybook Addon Notes Demo

Getting Started

yarn add -D @alisowski/storybook-addon-notes

within .storybook/main.js:

module.exports = {
  addons: ["@alisowski/storybook-addon-notes/register"],
};

Alternatively register the notes addon into a panel. Choose only one, not both.

module.exports = {
  addons: ["@alisowski/storybook-addon-notes/register-panel"],
};

Now, you can use the notes parameter to add a note to each story.

import Component from "./Component";

export default {
  title: "Component",
  parameters: {
    notes: "some documentation here",
  },
};

Upgrading to CSF Format

Add notes to the parameters object:

export default {
  parameters: {
    notes: "My notes",
  },
};

Using Markdown

Using Markdown in your notes is supported, Storybook will load Markdown as raw by default.

import Component from "./Component";
import markdown from "./someMarkdownText.md";

export default {
  title: "Component",
};

export const withMarkdown = () => <Component />;
withmarkdown.story = {
  parameters: {
    notes: { markdown },
  },
};

Multiple Notes Sections

If you need to display different notes for different consumers of your storybook (e.g design, developers), you can configure multiple notes pages. The following will render a tab with unique notes for both Introduction and Design.

import { storiesOf } from "@storybook/react";
import Component from "./Component";

import intro from "./intro.md";
import design from "./design.md";

export default {
  title: "Component",
  parameters: {
    notes: { Introduction: intro, "Design Notes": design },
  },
};
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