markdown support right from onenote, just like the brand new wordpress addin
OneNote page to markdown would be great
We would like to get more feedback on which of the two scenarios are more important to you:
1. The ability to create new pages in OneNote from markdown? OR
2. The ability to recall OneNote pages as markdown?
Create markdown from one note is what i am looking for
Arthur Rump commented
I'd like option #3 the most, like Aaron and Anonymous. Just writing markdown, viewing it as rendered html and storing it all in the OneNote system would be the best! So this includes both #1 and #2.
Aaron Fisk commented
#3 To ability to write in markdown would be great!
Onenote text formatting is still a little horrible, and the ability to write in markdown would be a fantastic add-in
Neither. instead #3.
The ability to author pages in markdown.
The formatting on mobile devices is sooo tedious. Markdown would make that more efficient.
#1 first please
both if possible
Patrick Lee commented
BOTH 1 and 2 are equally important.
1. Create new content FROM markdown. However #2 is incredibly useful as well, and seems that it would follow from number 1?
Craig Sharpe commented
I think the first option, the ability to create new pages in OneNote from markdown. I use the app Drafts a lot, and it fully supports Markdown. I used to use it to capture quick text, then at a later point I could send that note to Evernote, formatted with markdown, and a new properly formatted Evernote note would be created. This is really the scenario I am after, though I would like to replace Evernote with OneNote in my workflow.
First, and also, the ability to live format using markdown syntax. I.e., write out a code using backticks: `public static void main(String args)` should resolve to an inline code snippet format (like WYSIWYG)
Harshad Kale commented
Both and please, also for Mac app.
#2! I want to take notes in OneNote, then be able to paste the note, with bullets and indenting into a Markdown-enabled text entry field.
Julian Kay commented
Both for sure! Today I can (just about) write markdown on OneNote for the desktop, but if I do things like * bulleted lists on the phone it does an auto-format and there's no way to turn it off. Markdown is so useful for note taking, it belongs in OneNote.
Chopin Ngo commented
both if possible
Not exactly sure what the two options really mean.
What I want to do: Put markdown into OneNote and have it rendered by OneNote, including support for clickable links to other Notes pages as well as external targets.
I.e. use markdown for editing and storage, but have a rendered view. All that as seemless as possible.
Option 1 for me
Rake Bullet commented
Option 2 first up as I want to use it to export into blogs.