As a second thought: I use markdown every day, but on a 102-key keyboard. I now wonder if it is a good idea to use all of it on a android on-screen keyboard. Or if headings make sense in E-Mails. Printing text in bold and cursive using mark-down does feel right, though.
What has already lead to confusion in my working place (but only to a short confusion) was an engineer assuming that something will be <2 due to extended markdown sent a instead to one of her male colleagues.
Thanks for the response. Yes, it could be challenging at times. But, just because there is support for it - one doesn’t have to use it. I just imagine that it would be easier to get formatting through markdown, instead of adding a RTE (rich text editor).
I use headings in emails - depending on what emails I write. Also in other texts… I also use markdown in other apps when writing text - not that it supports it, but for later use with other things where it does. It’s not that bad/hard to use the built in keyboard, but I usually connect my ext keyboard for anything I write that’s > 1 sentence.
Yes, and besides bold and italic - it’d be really useful to make list and codeblocks that way.