Markdown links are not imported as inline links

What’s The Bug?

When importing from Notion some inline links like [Webpage title](WebsiteLink.com) are automatically converted into Anytype’s bookmarks.

How To Reproduce It

  1. Copy the following [Webpage title](WebsiteLink.com) to a Notion block as an inline link.
  2. Export the Notion page as Markdown
  3. Import it into Anytype as Markdown
  4. The name of the link is gone and it was converted to a Bookmark object instead of an inline link.

The Expected Behavior

Named links are displayed, parsed and serialised properly.
Notion bookmarks could be converted as Anytype bookmarks, but Notion inline links shouldn’t.

Technical Information

The OP reported the bug on macOS but it occurs on Windows too.

Bug Detective update ▼
Device: PC
OS: Windows 11
OS version: win32 x64 10.0.22621
App version: 0.38.0
Build number: build on 2024-01-23 17:45:05 +0000 UTC at #c71c64146c6e721ac39e01d450f38db5e6963f2e (dirty)
Library version: v0.30.12

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I just tried to import this from notion:
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And imported it into Anytype. The result:

Thats not, what @Bobronium posted, but stull unintended behaviour.

Hi @Bobronium, sorry to revive this topic but do you still have this issue?

This report has been added to our issue tracker and received by the Development Team.

Hey @Bobronium,
I wanted to let you know, that I modified your report.
The bug you described could not be reproduced as the import is not respecting any “naming” part of imported links. I wanted to honor your testing and therefore changed this request to get this issue fixed so we can then try the way with the emoji in it again.