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Foldable Lists in Text Editor#12

Allow lists to be folded in the text editor

2 years ago
1
Changed the status to
Under consideration
2 years ago
1
Merged Toggle/Collapse-Feature in a Note#179
2 years ago
3
C

Sometimes, the text in a card could be too long. This function can make the card easily read.

2 years ago
2

Adding onto this,

Foldable headers/segments would be helpful when editing or reviewing larger cards containing a lot of text or segments.

a year ago
3
Merged Folding lists#290
a year ago
1

Yeah I agree with Felix. Not just bullet lists but if there was a way to do this with blocks of text or (without complicating/obscusing the editor too much of course), that would be awesome. Maybe a type of collapsible-header which you can attached below blocks of text to. Similar to the details/summary tags in HTML.

 <details>
  <summary>Click this Header to expand</summary>

  Text body goes here

</details>
a year ago
3
E

would love this feature to be implemented. Also, I have noticed that there are only 3 levels of nesting under bullet points. Would definitely love to have infinite nesting feature in bullet point lists as I use them very frequently

9 months ago
1

That’s not true, there is no limit in nesting lists. Here is an example:

9 months ago
E

Since I’m new to the app, I am not fully aware perhaps of all the features. Mine is not nesting infinitely. Probably a bug?

9 months ago
K

Before I can transfer most anything from my Logseq, Obsidian, or Tana spaces, it is imperative that foldable lists be available in Scrintal.

8 months ago
2
P

As a former Logseq user, I can attest that foldable bullet lists are really helpful. Not all of my literature reviews compress well into Zettelkasten bites. Thanks for considering this.

2 months ago