.EMBED File Extension
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What is an EMBED file?
An EMBED file is a note created by Embed Notes, a simple note-taking application. It contains the note's title, text, and formatting saved in a plain text JSON format. EMBED files are meant to be opened in Embed Notes, but can also be opened in any text editor.
After creating an account and logging in to Embed Notes, users can create, edit, and save any number of notes, which include a header and body text. To save a note locally, users click Embed Notes' download button. They can then save the note as either a .PDF or EMBED file.
An EMBED file lists a note's ID, title, and text at its beginning. The text is separated into paragraphs. The file then goes on to list other formatting associated with the note, such as its font.
How to open an EMBED file
- Log in to Embed Notes.
- Click the upload button to the right of Your Workspace.
- Select and open your EMBED file.
You can also open an EMBED file in Microsoft Notepad (Windows), Apple TextEdit (Mac), or any other text editor, to view the data it contains outside Embed Notes.