I’ve been getting up to speed with the new 2.0 editor (it’s brilliant!), and have a question.
All my posts are in Markdown, and that’s how I’ll continue to write, so what I want to do is enrich these with embeds, adding blocks at various points with the new editor.
So I have an old post which is now one big Markdown block. I want to go into edit that block, find a paragraph break, and “split” the block there so I have the option to add rich blocks at that point via “+”.
Is this currently possible? I can’t see a UI to split a markdown block, but thought it might be e.g. CMD+ENTER, or something like that, perhaps a hidden shortcut?
If not currently possible, could I suggest adding something for this? I can do it manually by selecting all the markdown below, cutting, adding new markdown block, pasting, then I can add blocks in between what is now 2 markdown blocks. But it’s not the smoothest process to go through a long article like this.
In the future I’ll be writing a full article in Markdown, pasting it into Ghost, then I’ll be wanting to go through and break it up like the above to sprinkle various blocks throughout, so this will affect future posts for me, not just old ones that have been grandfathered into the new editor. Presumably this is the case for others who prefer writing in Markdown too.
Thanks for the great work, loving the new editor.