T K on Medium

Why You Should Use Them Too — The Function of T K on Medium

I have realized that you can use a function while writing your Medium stories: T K. A function to add notes to your stories, so you can add some information at a later moment.

Agnes Laurens
3 min readNov 13, 2019

I use this to look something up when I need more information for the story I am writing. I love this function so much, that I am using this function for every story I write here on Medium.

When I write and I need more information, I write the letters T K next to each other. Then double point and I add the information that I need to search for something or look something up. I add what I need to know more about and pick that up at a later moment.

The letters T K are in front of every paragraph where you want to put your ideas or more information about the article. I add what I need to know more about. Like what information I am looking for. The data about something that is relevant to the story. Or I add which article I want to add to the story to relate what the article says.

Why you should use the T K function on Medium

I think every Medium-writer should use this function. When you write it is important to find the right words, information, and ideas that are relevant for your story. You need to remember what you want. When I write the story but I don’t know what to write, then I use the T K function. And wrote what I want to write about but not in the sentences. I write it in bullets.

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Agnes Laurens is a writer. She writes for the local newspaper. Agnes lives in Bunnik, The Netherlands, with her husband and three daughters. Writing is — aside from playing the violin — one of her passions since childhood. She is on Twitter and Instagram.

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Agnes Laurens

Agnes Laurens is a writer. She writes for the local newspaper. Agnes lives in The Netherlands, with three daughters. https://linktr.ee/alaurens