Jump links using square brackets

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#1

I wonder of Agenda could introduce [[links]] where the title or a title keyword in double square brackets acts as the link?

Like NotePlan and Bear?

I have found that this is a quick and effective way to link related material. Not a wiki, but borrowing from that concept.


#2

Interesting idea. Does it still work if you change the title of the note?

We have Agenda Links that server a similar purpose. You can create a link and paste it anywhere in Agenda, or any other app, in order to jump back to a note or project.


#3

The link name is critical (Bear will find and auto-complete it). If the title of the note changes, the link is broken – typically it will create a new note.

However, the [[note name]] link is extremely neat and fast, and quite Markdown-like.


#4

Quip does something similar - just type @ and then start typing words from the title of another note to create a link. It automatically updates if the note title changes. I’d love to see this in Agenda.


#5

How do you create links from one note to another note in Agenda using the iOS app?


#6

Tap cog button at the bottom of the note, and use Copy Agenda Link. Paste in the other note.

We have plans to have a direct Link To… type menu like the Mac in future.

Drew