If you haven't used Excel or Sheets before, conditional formatting is a feature that automatically applies formatting based on a set of rules.
IF: Text contains "Description:"FORMAT: Bold
When using Paper to create articles, I find myself doing the same formatting action multiple times.
Example paragraph of text:
Title: Paragraph 1Description: This is the description for a body of textCoordinates: 37.727528,-119.5758982
Title: Paragraph 2Description: New description for a body of textCoordinates: 37.737528,-119.5738982
Instead, it'd be nice to either have a regex to apply formatting to certain text, or to have a simple filter set similar to Google Sheets that lets me automatically apply formatting.
You could then apply this formatting concept on a folder level, or saved as a formatting template.
That's all - thanks!
Welcome to our Community and thanks for using Paper @heyitsbryanm!
I'm writing to let you know that I'll be more than happy to pass your ideas to our Paper team's devs - thank you for your feedback!
If that's not a problem, I'd also love to hear more about how you currently use Paper and how you'd like Conditional Formatting to fit into the exact work that you do.
If you're interested in sharing more, could you please answer the questions below? Feel free to answer as many or few as you like.
Thanks in advance for answering these questions Bryan! Your feedback helps us make Paper better for all our users
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