Right now, Markdown does not really do much in Scrivener. However, something else it does is convert Ulysses comments into Scrivener annotations. Likewise with footnotes. There are a few preferences at the top of the script, but if you want to make drastic changes to the way it formats, you'll have to edit the code. It is written in Ruby, and must be run from the command line with a supplied text file.
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~/Documents/$ uly2markdown.rb ulysses_export.txt
~/Documents/$ open ulysses_export-markdown.txt
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