KB1906133

KB1906133: Is it possible to copy and paste my Markdown table into notes apps like Bear for macOS?

Sure. Before you copy and paste Markdown tables from MarkdownTableMaker into the Bear app, you must uncheck the option within the Edit menu: Edit > Substitutions > Smart Dashes. 

Also, you need to enable Preferences > General > Markdown compatibility mode.

KB1901176

KB1901176: Improved support for =HYPERLINK( ) function links and labels

There are many ways to add hyperlinks in spreadsheets. The following are the ways supported by MarkdownTableMaker:

  • =HYPERLINK("http://example.com/", "Foo")
  • =HYPERLINK("https://example.com" & A1, "Meh")
  • =HYPERLINK("https://example.com" & foo!A1, "Bah")
  • =HYPERLINK("https://example.com/" & foo!A1, """Free""")
  • =HYPERLINK("https://example.com/" & foo!A1, """""Free""""")
  • =HYPERLINK("https://example.com/" & foo!A1, """""""""Free""""""""")

You may experience formula parse errors in Google Sheets if you use an a “bad pair” of quotes:

  • =HYPERLINK("https://example.com/" & foo!A1, ""Free"")
    • #ERROR: Formula parse error
    • FIX: Use three quotes on each side, instead.
  • =HYPERLINK("https://example.com/" & foo!A1, """"Free"""")
    • #ERROR: Formula parse error
    • FIX: Use fix quotes on each side, instead.