You can now link to headers in your posts! This happens automatically when you create a header. It will create an anchor link based on the text of your header. For example, if you have a header like "Implementation", you can visit
https://dev.to/andy/andys-post#implementation to jump straight to the "Implementation" section of the post.
Here's a more straightforward example:
Click to jump to the bottom of the page
[Jump to "How to use"](#how-to-use)
When using multiword headers, the anchor link will convert spaces to dashes.
You might want to link to a specific section of a different post. Well, you can do that, too:
[External post header jump example](https://dev.to/rhymes/changelog-export-posts-1kdm#how-do-i-do-that?)
If you'd like this functionality for your previous posts, you'll need to resave the post itself.
My header is called "Bottom", so visiting
#bottom will move you to this section of the content.