Markdown helps you add quickly formatting to plain text, so you can think about what you are writing rather than how to format it. A very limited version has been added to many messaging services due to it's speed. **Bold** – that's markdown. But we've extended it to include maths equations (using a format known as LaTeX), as well as supporting Checklists, Images and YouTube videos too!
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“The new right-hand pane, the UI, the keyboard shortcuts, the 1200 character limit, it being perfect for a zettelkasten, the export to markdown and PDF, embedding pictures. As a package, Supernotes is amazing.”
“I am a PhD researcher. Personally, I am currently using supernotes as a dump for little snippets of information that I pick up from texts, academic articles, that I derive myself. These includes facts, questions, equations, methods etc. I then can search through them and I write more long-form fleshed out thoughts in Obsidian. I like how Supernotes forces you into a mindset of small notes that can be easily searched and synthesized into larger notes.”
“My favourite feature is the soft word count limit. It's a non-obvious feature, and it's genius. I found that with other note-taking apps, I would just dump other people's content into the app, and then do nothing with it. With Supernotes, I find myself only collecting the best nuggets and ideas of what I'm reading. The card-like structure and the word count limit push me to write things in my own words and do my own thinking. So I use it to take notes, record SOPs, and now to write drafts for content I want to publish.”