Collected Notes is a note-taking platform that can publish your Markdown notes on the internet. Your notes can be kept private or published on a public webpage. You can author notes using the Collected Notes website or the macOS and iOS applications. This is a new application that debuted in the middle of 2020. Some of the kinks are still being worked out, but there’s a lot of potential here! See the feature roadmap for a list of stuff that’s slated to be implemented.

Collected Notes Markdown application

Collected Notes Markdown Support

Collected Notes provides support for the following Markdown elements.

Element Support Notes
Headings Yes
Paragraphs Yes
Line Breaks Yes
Bold Yes
Italic Partial Using underscores (_example_) underlines the word or phrase instead of italicizing it.
Blockquotes Yes
Ordered Lists Yes
Unordered Lists Yes
Code Yes
Horizontal Rules Yes
Links Yes
Images Yes The free plan allows you to display images on another website or server. To upload images, you’ll need to subscribe to the premium plan.
Tables Yes
Fenced Code Blocks Yes
Syntax Highlighting Yes
Footnotes Yes
Heading IDs Partial Automatically generated. There’s no way to set custom heading IDs.
Definition Lists No
Strikethrough Yes
Task Lists Partial Collected Notes implemented this in a non-standard way. Use a dash and brackets without a space in between (-[x] task).
Emoji (copy and paste) Yes
Emoji (shortcodes) No
Automatic URL Linking Yes
Disabling Automatic URL Linking Yes
HTML No

Support for Additional Syntax Elements

As an added bonus, Collected Notes provides support for several obscure elements.

Element Markdown Rendered Output
Highlight ==word or phrase== word or phrase
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