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My apologies. Some watchful people noticed that collaborative writing is not on the feature list. I asked the developer to be sure, it may be added in future, but is not yet.

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Reminds me a little bit of VNote, just with a simpler interface.

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Thanks, I did not know VNote. It sounds more like Obsidian (which I currently use) to me, MarkDown note taking.

At least the VNote GitHub page does not mention references, collaborative writing or export formats.

Can I use it to edit a file with others or what does collaborative mean?

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I thought they told me at the meeting that it was a collaborative MarkDown pad, like CodiMD, but I cannot find it in the list of features. Maybe I misunderstood. I have asked.

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My apologies. I asked the developer to be sure. Collaborative writing may be added in future, but is not yet.

ooh, that’s a shame, it looks really awesome and we were planning on using it, thanks anyway!

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Maybe you can use Zettlr together with CodiMD/Hedgedoc. Prepare first version in Zettlr, copy the markdown to Hedgedoc, write with your colleagues and copy back to Zettlr to make the final formatted version(s).

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It is based on MarkDown. But it uses Pandoc for input and output, which if I understand it right can read and save LaTeX files (but this will likely not preserve much LaTeX markup; MarkDown is much simpler and does not fully define a print lay-out). https://github.com/jgm/pandoc

Zettlr does support LaTex references, they both work with text files and they have a similar separation of content and lay-out. It may have LaTeX equations, either Zettlr or SciFlow; I am not sure anymore. https://sciflow.net

(And nowadays LibreOffice has LaTex equations.)

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