Including comments within a Feature File can greatly increase the readability of the Feature. Comments can be used to convey many different types of information, including the purpose of a Feature or Scenario, explanations of why a script was written a certain way, or special instructions for the users.
For information on how to format a comment at the beginning of a Feature view this article:
Any line in a script that begins with the hash character is considered a comment. All text on a line that begins with a # is ignored when the Feature or Scenario is executed. The figure below shows a comment positioned at the start of a Feature.
How to Comment
Commenting can be done by starting or adding the hash symbol to the beginning of a line.
Cycle includes a Toggle Comment button in the Edit menu, which is also bound to the Ctrl+/ keyboard shortcut, this adds the hash symbol in front of the line that is currently selected. This can be used for single line commenting or for multi-line commenting.
To comment out multiple lines, highlight the desired lines and click the Toggle Comment button, or use the Ctrl+/ keyboard shortcut. If multiple commented out lines are highlighted, the shortcut will remove the hash symbol and uncomment those lines.