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Posted by satis
May 10, 2018 at 08:53 PM

 

I’d simply suggest making your headings their own sections, which can be viewed in a hierarchical left pane (and thus can easily be rearranged) in a number of Markdown-compatible apps you can buy (Scrivener for Windows comes to mind for $40, though apps like qownnotes.org or the Atom text editor are free) or subscribe to (inkdrop.info is $5/month)

 


Posted by l-d-l
May 11, 2018 at 09:31 AM

 

If you are using Vim you can try the :TOC command of the vim-pandoc plugin (https://github.com/vim-pandoc/vim-pandoc) that will give you a split-tree of the headings on the left or the VOom plugin (https://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=2657) that will give you a full two pane outliner with the capability of rearranging the headings. Both understand very well the markdown syntax and if you work with markdown pandoc and the related plugin are really useful anyway.

 


Posted by jaslar
May 11, 2018 at 02:46 PM

 

Satis, that just opened a whole *box* of CRIMPING. So let me make sure I understand this. qownnotes DOES allow the rearranging of notes in the hierarchy pane? And it runs on Windows, Mac, Android, and has a web client? This sounds like the whole package! Ubiquitous platforms, open source, plain text markdown, and outlining. I had never heard of it. And ownCloud might be another answer (versus the encrypted StandardNotes I was looking at).

I love this site.

satis wrote:
I’d simply suggest making your headings their own sections, which can be
>viewed in a hierarchical left pane (and thus can easily be rearranged)
>in a number of Markdown-compatible apps you can buy (Scrivener for
>Windows comes to mind for $40, though apps like qownnotes.org or the
>Atom text editor are free) or subscribe to (inkdrop.info is $5/month)

 


Posted by thouqht
May 11, 2018 at 04:06 PM

 

Huh - great suggestions in here. Never heard of Quownnotes, looks pretty cool.

After some more research on my own, I’m surprised to say that it actually seems like Microsoft Word (with the Writage plugin) is going to be the most efficient and powerful at the moment. I can painlessly copy and paste between vim and word, and word has some fairly robust outlining capabilities.

 


Posted by Franz Grieser
May 13, 2018 at 05:14 PM

 

thouqht wrote:
>After some more research on my own, I’m surprised to say that it
>actually seems like Microsoft Word (with the Writage plugin) is going to
>be the most efficient and powerful at the moment. I can painlessly copy
>and paste between vim and word, and word has some fairly robust
>outlining capabilities.

Thanks for pointing out Writage. A nice and practical plugin that makes Word more useful for me.

 


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