You can use DEVONthink in many different ways. Whether you can do what you want would really be up to your own exploration and organizational techniques. It’s flexible enough to allow for many different points of view. It could be a sheet, or a document (like Markdown), or just a group of related items. Here’s a quick Markdown document I knocked out in a few minutes…
It’s actually internally styled, not a linked stylesheet (though that could obviously be easily done). It’s some basic CSS, just for a little color and presentation (remembering this is less than 10 minutes of writing the Markdown ), but it does have a few nice tricks in it IMHO.
Here’s the Markdown…
font: normal 14px/1.5 sans-serif;
background-color: var(--accent) ;
margin: -20px -20px 10px -20px;
## Hot Wheels® Car Culture ’69
!(fbx25_01.jpeg) /* This image is in the same group as the Markdown document. */
**Purchase Price:** $17.00
**Purchase Date:** 2018-11-17
**Purchase Location:** Midland, TX
**Seller's Name:** Bob Throttle
**Serial Number:** 123-456-789A
I bought this from an 87 year old collector in Texas. He also had a '59 Corvette that he wouldn't part with.