What I did:
When I create a new note that I want to leave as is, not converted into markdown and not changed in any way, Agenda converts it anyway and makes it markdown when I copy and paste it elsewhere. I create a note saying something like: This is Google’s URL: https://www.google.com. I expect it to stay like that so when I copy/paste that later, directly into a browser or into a document, I want it to appear that way.
“This is Google’s URL: https://www.google.com.” is automatically translated to “This is Google’s URL: www.google.com.” Copying the text and pasting it elsewhere pastes in " This is Google’s URL: [ www.google.com ] ( https://www.google.com )." (added spaces so it doesn’t hide what I’m trying to demonstrate)
What I expected:
When entering “This is Google’s URL: https://www.google.com.”, it is saved as that. When copying and pasting it elsewhere, it pastes in as “This is Google’s URL: https://www.google.com.” I like the conversion and markdown feature, I just don’t want to use that all the time.
Things that might be helpful to know (Agenda version, OS and model, etc):
MacOS, latest GA version.