Boost your productivity using Markdown.

This article is just a Boostnote ad, and a bad one at that. It doesn’t explain why you should use Markdown, or what you should use it for, or how it can boost your productivity. It also covers lots of Boostnote-exclusive Markdown features, without really explaining that they’re exclusive to Boostnote, so the reader doesn’t really understand why they should use Boostnote. Boostnote isn’t introduced, either, so I still don’t understand what it is (I refuse to click a link to learn about it).

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