I´m looking for a solution to link in Anytype a text-link to an other part in the same Object.
Currently I can only find a solution to link to other objects with /link to set a link to an other “external” object:
But this is not helpfull or working to connect parts in the same document!
This makes large documents very user-UN-friendly for use.
It usually means a lot of scrolling effort.
And I have to scroll a lot and often I over-scroll the desired element because of the massive quantity of content.
So without internal linking solution I lose a lot of time.
A possibility to set simple links would make the work on large documents extremely easier.
Bye the way: Why not split into several small objects???
The search function over several objects is currently “nicely said” almost unusable. But in a single document the search function is great and a lot more accurate.
- Does anybody know a solution to link from text-A to text-B in same object?
There is a solution in markdown. See html - Cross-reference (named anchor) in markdown - Stack Overflow
Would be great to get a solution like in markdown
OR in ShortCode
And like in markdown
Take me to [pookie](#pookie)
to link to this anchor.
Maybe there is such a solution in Anytype. But unfortunately I can´t find it.
- tried to use Markdown-code directly
- tried to use /anchor
- have searched with google
- in Anytype Community
Do you have a solution for?
Would be great if you could share a working solution or a work-around for.