Please make it easier to clearly separate editing sessions and make them like branches. I want to specifically start, end, or resume an editing session to manage my changes without having to publish everything to create a skeleton. So I'd also like to be able to "hide" an article to quickly hide it from view if required.
Currently an image covers the whole width. Instead let the user control the image's width and allow them to arrange in grid.
Export to Word
We frequently have to provide our GitBook content in Word format. It would save us time if we could export directly to Word.
Hide GitBook trademark "Powered by GitBook"
The trademark visible to visitors of a GitBook space could be hidden as an option. This option would probably be reserved to non-free plans.
Markdown URL not working
This URL: Serotonin Receptor 2A Activation Promotes Evolutionarily Relevant Basal Progenitor Proliferation in the Developing Neocortex (2020) 30758-3>) Will not render in GitBook but will render in GitHub. Is it a bug? If not, how can I make the URL work so it works in GitBook? Here is the page where the URL is not rendering: https://wiki.nikitavoloboev.xyz/drugs/psychedelics (scroll to bottom) The actual URL: https://www.cell.com/neuron/fulltext/S0896-6273(20)30758-3
The Headings do have anchors and thus I can link to a section in a page. But there seems to be no way to only provide #anchor as a link target, to refer to a section on the same page.
Two or more images should be able to be inserted
We should be able to insert two or more images in one field like a tile. This will help in many scenarios.