I was a little slow to comment on the original beta, and I’m just now finding out that Markdown has been removed. That's too bad. That was the one thing that I was looking forward to the most. Perhaps it's best, though, because the original implementation wasn't that great. Here's what I'd like to see in the future, and I'll quote from something that I recently read, because it sums up what I want perfectly: - Daniel Jalkut, from Red Sweater Software Jalkut was talking about the Medium's new API, but the problems with their implementation were exactly the same problems with Evernote's. I barely had to change anything in this quote for it to apply here. Basically, I'd like to be able to import all of my current Markdown files. And when I look at them inside of Evernote, I'd love to see them perfectly rendered. But when I want to make a change, or add to one of these notes, I want to be able to do it using the original Markdown source. Or, even better, I'd like to be able to write in a Markdown variant, like MultiMarkdown. This would give us the best of both worlds. We'd see our notes as perfectly rendered HTML, and when we need to edit, it won't be as messy as it normally is when using a WYSIWYG client with rich text.