This seems like a tricky issue.
Agenda helpfully creates links on imported links. For instance, I have a template in Shortcuts with embedded shortcuts:// links. When I load up the template using an
agenda://x-callback-url/create-note url scheme, the links are clickable, even though they aren’t written in formal markdown syntax (e.g.
([square brackets](parentheses). This is good.
However, when I export the same note as markdown, because they’re links in Agenda, the export adds formal markdown to them.
[shortcuts://run-shortcut](shortcuts://run-shortcut). This seems bad.
I tried exporting as plaintext instead, but plaintext still includes the Markdown URL syntax around those links.
Should export recognize links that are written straight into the text and not wrap them in redundant link syntax?