bot__bot
Sometimes it would be really convenient to be able to manually insert a linebreak inside a table cell. Shift+Enter doesn't seem to work.

As for syntax, here are some ideas (personally either using "<br>" or "\" seems fine to me)
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/11700487/newline-in-markdown-table
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metta

@bot__bot ~

Multiple rows within a cell has already been requested, and I do hope TheBrain team will add your vote to this request. Ã°Å¸â„¢â€š

Once this feature is available, it would allow me to start using the tables MUCH more frequently, and I might even be able to consider migrating from TB8 into TB11 (fingers crossed).

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bot__bot
Thanks for letting me know Metta! Hopefully TB team will consider implementing this feature!

metta wrote:

@bot__bot ~

Multiple rows within a cell has already been requested, and I do hope TheBrain team will add your vote to this request. ÃƒÂ°Ã…¸â„¢â€š

Once this feature is available, it would allow me to start using the tables MUCH more frequently, and I might even be able to consider migrating from TB8 into TB11 (fingers crossed).

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mcaton
Thanks for posting. Yes, we are actively looking into some options for making this work.

Thank you,
Matt
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metta
Yeah! Thrilled to hear this, Matt. ðŸ™Œ

Appreciate you taking time to provide this update and confirmation, @mcaton.
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mcaton
Multiple lines in tables are now working. 

When `Enter` is pressed inside of a table, a {nl} tag is entered. {nl} tags are interpreted as if they are new lines when rendering. 

If you want a new row in your table, just exit the last cell in a row (Tab) and hit `Enter`

This is a new feature in v11.0.70 which is now available on the Alpha Channel. The Alpha channel contains frequent updates and provides access to the very latest versions. It is the recommended channel if you have an urgent need for a fix that is not yet available on the Stable channel and do not mind frequent updates.

To get on the Alpha channel:

Windows: Go to Options > Preferences > System > Updates, and select Alpha from the dropdown menu. Then go to Help > Check for Update, and install the update.

macOS: Go to TheBrain > Preferences > System > Updates and select Alpha from the dropdown menu. Then go to TheBrain > Check for Update, and install the update.

Matt
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metta
@mcaton ~

Thanks so much for the very helpful table fix! ðŸ™ŒðŸ˜»

I look forward to testing as soon as I'm ready to update to version v11.0..70
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