Syntax highlighting is supported for most programming languages.
You can edit a code snippet or block inside a Scrapbox page with syntax highlighting on.
/icons/Check.iconHashtags do more
A hashtag, an icon, and a linked page all work the same way in Scrapbox. They all connect related pages and make them visible.
Traditionally, hashtags are only used as metadata, to describe a piece of content. This creates a separate category to be managed which means it takes more work to keep the same amount of content organized.
A key advantage of Scrapbox is that every page doubles as a tag for related pages, saving you time and effort.
No folders = No speed limit, nothing goes missing.
Scrapbox uses a link structure for organization (like the internet and wikis) and not "files in folders" as a very intentional design choice. Most organizations have thousands or even millions of separate pages of notes, memos, how-tos, documentation, etc. they need to both store and access quickly.
A hierarchical structure is slower to access and much harder to manage than a link structure at this scale. For example, Wikipedia is structured entirely with links and provides convenient, reliable acces to the world's largest collection of knowledge across millions of pages.
More accessible than code / text editors like Emacs or Vim
Edits are saved and shown in their final state so no split screen is necessary. Coders enjoy the simple syntax and immediate results as much as non-coders.
Scrapbox pages are univerally transferable as plain text
Pages in Scrapbox have a simple plain text format that remains easy to use when pasted or exported into another app or site.
A whole Scrapbox project can be exported as a simple .json file.
A minimal amount of know-how is required to get the full benefit
Less is more. By leaving out most decorative syntax notation and focusing on the essentials, it's easy to learn Scrapbox.
Time spent on organizing is dramatically reduced due to Scrapbox's quick links and related pages .
Because almost all editing and organizing is done with text there is a high degree of freedom in the ways it can be used.