Atom has a built-in package manager and an extensive list of packages. There are over 150 markdown related packages available for Atom. Additionally, packages are written in CoffeeScript so anyone that knows CoffeeScript can write packages for Atom to extend functionality.
Atom is not a native application. As such performance is subpar and the lag is especially noticeable on larger projects. It also opens a surprising amount of sub-processes and leaks a considerable amount of memory.
Open Goto Anything by pressing Ctrl + P and using fuzzy search you can look for a file in your project. The file will load even without pressing enter, so you can make sure you've found the correct file without committing.
Notes can have tags associated with them allowing you to group notes together based on whatever criteria you choose. Now you can, for example, look at all notes related to a specific event, a specific project or a specific group of people.
This editor boasts that it's a desktop (i.e. offline) markdown editor where you can copy and paste images directly in the editor which is a feature that many other markdown editors struggle to implement. Unfortunately this is misleading, since the only way to paste an image in the editor is to...