If you work with markdown in any sense, then having a solid editor is key. This goes for web designers, developers, and marketers alike. Oftentimes, you find that using a plain notepad or other software just doesn’t cut it. In these situations, Typora may be useful. It is a way to edit your HTML and other markdown languages. In fact, you can also convert it to different file formats. The interface also allows for customization, greatly increasing the value of the program. Users of different skill levels will benefit from this software, in our experience.
The features that are included may seem simple on the surface. However, they provide a lot of options for streamlining your editing and writing procedures. It has file trees that let you store your files in an efficient manner. You can organize using folders or even cloud storage if you want instead, such as Dropbox or Drive. The software also consists of a particular outline structure. This means you can extract documents and check it quickly by jumping around as needed with the fewest amount of clicks possible.
If you are working at night or otherwise want to limit the light coming from your device, you can use night mode. We noticed how it made the workflow more soothing and relaxing, especially for long coding sessions. There are other themes as well, as you would expect from a markdown editor worth its salt. During testing, it was actually quite fun to play around with the themes just to see what was there.
Depending on what you’re doing, a word count can be essential. We were pleased to find that Typora includes one within the app. You can use Focus Mode to just look at the current line and leave the rest blurred out if you want. This was one of our favorite features, as it helps to maintain focus during longer sessions.
Typewriter mode was also a fun mode to use. It makes sure that your current line is in the middle of your PC’s window. You can also use a context menu to insert various items you might need. This includes images, other text, code blocks, footnotes, lines, and more.
Typora is pleasing to work on. It’s easy on the eyes and offers enough features to be enough for anyone needing a markdown editor.