Cool. BTW, I starts to replace Evernote with bear writer. It’s beautiful. And hashtag and sub tag feature is perfect for knowledge categorization. Hope we can have web version at least in the future, so I can write beautifully on Windows as well.(Sorry, I have to use Windows at workplace.)
Thanks. Looking forward to this feature. Please consider the iA team's proposal for transclusion syntax for Markdown. (In this context, it would mean the ability to include a .csv that displays in table format in Bear.)
The file transclusion idea is interesting. Quite neat solution. In this case, for large amount of table data, I can prepare it in other more capable software before transcluding it into final doc. Thanks for letting me know this.
I’ve been playing with the new Apple Notes today, developer preview. Apple nailed it with simple tables. I’d welcome something more robust, but even this is way better than Evernote’s implementation. Integrated scanner is also great (I currently do Scanbot to Bear). It doesn’t look as nice as Bear, and I would definitely miss Markdown and themes, but honestly, this is a much tighter race now. Bear picked up basic sketching, but AN raised the bar there further also. I’m hoping that bear can move quickly on tables, because this currently makes my subscription harder to justify.
IMHO, the real need is not exactly yet another collaboration system, because bear-writer is there for us to write, not to collaborate.
We have all the tools we need to collaborate, and it's everyone's choice to use this one or this one. So I would see as a major upgrade for bear the possibility to rely on some of key collaborative tools with the following features:
- Push a note to Slack, Chitchat, ...
- Bind a note to a Google document
- Commit a note to Github
Although I purchased Pro subscription. I deicide to give up Bear and go back to emacs for writing org/markdown.
Table support is a key feature for me, I can't wait that long. Just like when I asked Ulysses last year when they will support GFM fenced code block, they said they were working on it but with no deadline, now Ulysses still doesn't support fenced code block.
I guess this is the price we have to pay besides money for using commercial softwares. However, among all the notes apps I bought(Quiver/Textnut/Ulysses/Bear), Bear is the only one that makes me loving writing. Nice work!