Software-agnostic equivalent of Roam
Today I looked at Roam Research because I was curious whether it has something unique to offer compared to other note-taking software. I find their approach to note taking rather interesting, especially their use of bullet notes to group content under links. To me it seems like a novel (for me at least) approach to linking content. Rather than marking a range of text (e.g.
This is some [marked](https://example.com) text) or implicitly marking the sentence as you do with footnotes or similar references (e.g.
Some sentence ), you implicitly mark everything that is nested underneath. This community has shown me the value of the software-agnostic approach to note taking, so this got me thinking, how would the approach taken by Roam translate when taking the software-agnostic approach? The approach used by Roam does seems useful, but I am having trouble seeing how this could be mimicked with Markdown. What would the software-agnostic equivalent be? Or is it simply not that useful outside a software environment giving special support for it, like how many features within Notion would not translate well to plain text editors.
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