Today we are releasing Supernotes 1.7, which introduces embeddable note-cards to Supernotes. Like tweets, our note-cards can be embedded anywhere on the web, from Notion documents to your personal blog. But unlike tweets, our note-cards have extended markdown support and no character limit (although we recommend keeping below 1200), giving you a lot greater flexibility.
It's super easy to create an embeddable note-card, just create a share code and copy the embed from within the share dropdown. Here's a quick walkthrough below:
Here are our favourite use cases for embeddable note-cards:
Embed interactive checklists; for example read the card below and check the list as you go along. You can refresh the page to return to the card to it's original state. Or if you are the author of the card, log in to Supernotes to make permanent changes!
Make use of Supernotes' code syntax highlighting feature, and quickly share blocks of code with friends. Like this introduction to
if statements on Python below:
Create interactive elements such as using spoilers to hide important information – a great revision technique. Here's a brief card on one of our favourite thinkers from the 20th century. Let's see if you can guess the hidden elements correctly!
Overall 2020 been a great year for us, and Connor and I are very proud of how far Supernotes has come - especially with our awesome community. Keep up to date with our development journey over on Twitter (@acnebs, @tobiaswhetton). And please share your favourite uses of embeddable note-cards with us – we'd love to see them!