I think I may be in love https://t.co/ruPFyj79WL— gabriele renzi (@riffraff) July 5, 2022
What an *incredible* little tool to generate timelines, e.g. for project planning or life timeline! You write markdown-ish text and it gets converted into a nice looking cascading timeline.— Vitaly Friedman 🇺🇦🏳️🌈 (@vitalyf) September 7, 2022
VS Code Extension:https://t.co/1eiQ5Tie1x#usefulpic.twitter.com/iIQaJbdOtO
This is fun: it’s Markdown (that is: a text file that makes sense and is easy to work with on its own) but it generates cascading timelines (project diagrams, timeline charts). https://t.co/lH6YxH8NRw— Thomas H. Ptacek (@tqbf) June 20, 2022
@rob__koch I love everything you are doing with Markwhen! The new Ganttier view is amazing!— 🍕Pizza Man Chan Nick Diesslin🍕 (@pizzamannick) January 10, 2023
Keep track of what you did in the easiest way possible.
is a blogging platform built on markwhen - write your blog with a single file.
Chart your route and add pictures after the adventure is over.
It's all just files - save 'em, move 'em, do what you want with them.
Move beyond just the calendar to a timeline, gantt, or map view
Make your own views
Annotate when necessary
Simple syntax for repeating events when necessary
Plan your trip/project/weekend together
Permissively-licensed so you can do what you want with it
Import other shared markwhen into your own
Send reminders and other email based on when events are scheduled
Grouping events is a built-in part of the language
Add tags to events to allow for filtering & searching
Specify who can view and edit your markwhen in markwhen itself
Re is a blogging platform that uses markwhen - have an entire blog with just one file
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|Share with custom link (e.g., markwhen.com/rob)||✔|
|Realtime collaborative editing||✔|
Email alerts and notifications
For work: $18/month