Sounds like HTML anchors? I had thought of that, but I think
once the Table of Contents or folding features are implemented,
maybe it won't be necessary? But I do think it might be useful to
jump directly to a header when linking to another note. For
instance, instead of
on 20 Mar, 2017 06:03 PM
This would be an awesome feature. Sometimes when I'm doing my todo lists, I want to create a sub-section inside the document that carries like a sub-todo list. I would really like to link to a different place inside the same document if possible.
+1 this feature would be hugely useful. Being able to right click on a header and Copy as Link would be great. Referencing headers by their text values would be sufficient (no need for an ID), not concerned personally if links break when header text is altered.
Use case: When making a todo list; adding sub-tasks makes the list long and unmanageable. This would allow us to easily review, and re-prioritize our to-do list because each item could link to a sub-section below with sub-tasks listed out.
+1 please and thank you!! to hop between reference points within a document (like HTML anchors) is one of the most powerful and under utilized tools for referencing information —a random dude that's been textually coding webpages since they debuted
I would also support this feature - it would make it possible to use Bear to make fully functional personal wiki by creating a TOC for the note itself, not just a tag or something like that. It would also mean that when I linked between notes, I could link to a certain part/heading of the other note. So for instance, if a note had headings for intro, middle, end, I'd like to be able to link specifically to end rather than just the start of the note itself?