I’ve recently started using Notion for a collaborative project. I am really loving the way one formats a new paragraph (or ‘block’) in Notion using the keyboard:
- type: /
- use arrow keys (or type name of style) to select the style.
To change an existing block to another style, you type cmd / and type or arrow.
It’s so intuitive and simple - just one command to remember (because when creating a new block cmd / works just the same as /). It would be great to have something similar in Agenda.
Despite using Agenda for over a year, I have yet to remember the keyboard combination for each format, and generally find myself having to use cmd arrow to get back to the beginning of the line and then type markdown commands.
And in Notion you can do it wherever the cursor is in the paragraph, I often want to get my thought down in words asap, and only decide what level heading something is once I’ve written in.
(Side note: I was curious if Notion make me question my investment in Agenda. Definitely not. Very different product.)