Trello is another option for authoring files in Markdown. The Description field in the card can be formatted with Markdown. While perhaps not as "robust" as desired, if you are already using Trello or in a pinch it can work quite well.
I store some of my writing in Trello because:
I'm in Trello quite frequently already.
Web and mobile apps so it's ...
I've found a workaround by opening the locally Google Drive synced PDF directly in a Chrome based browser.
Sync Google Drive files with local machine.
Secondary click the local file > Select Open With > Choose Chrome or a Chrome based browser to open the file.
Go to a specific page number by selecting the page number at the top of the document and typing in ...
Editor's note: This answer is explaining how to use the script shared in another answer
For other non-expert people like me, in Google Sheets:
Go to tools>script editor
Clear everything, then paste the script
At the "THIS_SHOULD_BE_YOUR_FOLDER_ID" you have to insert your Folder ID (Just the ID, but leave the "". You can find the ID if you open your folder ...
Hello INK for All has made our process around posting blog content to our static site so much faster with its integrated markdown export capability. The best part is It also exports Hugo compatible docs
Right click on the folder you want to remove, then click on "remove".
Then click on the "trash" icon on the left of the screen. Then in the main area click on trash again, then empty trash. It won't show any more space until you refresh the page.
(following OP's comment)
To convert Google Docs en masse in a folder:
Select all of them using Shift or/and CTRL (Cmd for Mac)
Right click and select Download.
The Drive automatically converts all the selected documents and packs them into a ZIP file.
Save the created zip file. When un-zipped all files are converted.
In Google Drive, deleted files actually are moved to Trash. You can move back to My Drive from there.
In order to prevent accidentally "deletions" you could use another account to be used only as the owner of your spreadsheets.
I am having this exact issue.
The files are 360 video files, about 4 GB each, and an hours recording can produce 6-10 of them. Backing up the videos can take DAYS...even if leaving the computer on overnight!
I suspect that if only a percentage of the file is backed up before I need to shut down, that is lost and the process starts over from scratch when ...
After doing an experiment, it seems that the most permissive permission wins:
If the User has Edit permission and the Group has View -> the user can still edit
If the User has View permission and the Group has Edit -> the user can still edit
(in is both in TeamDrive and PersonalDrive)
I think I found 'another' hacky solution. Basically just before clicking on the 'link' make a dummy edit (like adding a 'space' or 'dot' etc) around some empty space in the neighborhood of the link. And then click the link. This should take you to the link location. After reading through the content, now press Ctrl+Z, and 'not only' will your dummy edit be ...