@numericcitizen it's possible to export the bookmark list using M.b's APIs:
curl --get \
--header "Authorization: Bearer YOURTOKENHERE" \
but there's no easy way to export highlights.
I tried to use M.b's highlighting feature for a while and it does work pretty well, but highlights are important to me and the fact there's no easy way to export them is a showstopper for me.
@numericcitizen I'm going to start with CSV because I think Markdown won't be able to capture all the data in a way that would be useful for other apps. We can add more options later. This is live now! You should see an "Export" button on the full highlights page on the web.
@manton Woah! 🤯 Good addition. The Markdown version would be to capture the essence of the highlight: source, author, title, text of the actual selection highlighted.
@numericcitizen Thanks. I think I should play with Obsidian and other note-focused Markdown editors to see how best to fit this together in a way that's useful.
@numericcitizen How are you saving the browser articles into M.b bookmarks? I assume the share sheet but I'm not seeing anything there on Safari for Mac. On iOS it takes me to post a new M.b post with the article linked.