Currently if you start a line with
> to indicate a block quote, add some text, then hit return, Drafts doesn’t automatically insert another
> at the beginning of the new line. This feels wrong given the original Markdown spec, which states that each new line in a block quote should begin with
I’m wondering if Drafts shouldn’t treat block quotes similar to lists, inserting the
> (similar to
2. , etc.) automatically, and then automatically removing it if you hit return again without typing any text.