uses link box without seeing tabs. for an internal link
links and citations - citations are sources for where the information comes from
this is all subjective, seems like the things that are wildly known vs. controversial
if you read it, it becomes clearer - i didn't really read it before.
it's more convenient that it's set up that way - it's just different. it's easier to just see that you can put in one word and that it prompts you for pages that exist. but then, like i said, it's.....from other stuff i've done, i'm used to writing the whole.
It's not apparent to me, how to see the page without saving it. Oh no, it has show preview. oops. it says to preview it before saving.
Admittedly mostly because I didn't read it.
Once she she's the two link functions, uses them with ease - with highlighted text or to start the action.
tries on her own to make it formatted the same - i.e. with a bullet
now with a bullet! i did it!
once i knew how that worked, it's actually pretty easy
external links....how it moves the cursor to not exactly to where you need to type. if you wanted to add a link to appear after.....which seems like the logical next place.
it should be a step or two to get to a page you can edit. once you're on that page, you can find your way around...but it's not organized in a way that's super easy.
for example - i didn't need to use the advanced stuff...didn't understand why it's advanced. wasn't an issue - hidden. if i was gonna need to do that - it's not immediately apparent.
links - internal link really easy to use.
it was....it didn't give me errors.
it turned out how i was expecting it to. makes me more likely to make me want to do edits.
it doesn't look like you want or save - frustrating.