Learn localStorage by Building a Todo App - Step 19

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Learn localStorage by Building a Todo App - Step 19

Hey @MaryGothic,

If you remember, you can put values of variables into strings like so:

let myName = 'Marcus';
console.log(`Hi, ${myName}, nice to meet you!`);

In the string above the ${myName} variable is exchanged for the value inside the variable at that time. which comes out as:

Hi, Marcus, nice to meet you!

Use that very same method to put the title variable into your paragraph string in a way that makes sense!