You are right: it does not work in Evernote. Sorry for misleading you.
I was referring to using URLs in Bear.
I use Evernote as a PIM when I have to store my data in its final form or to capture the web.
For ongoing daily tasks, I use Bear which is better IMO because of the editing capabilities, a multitude of export formats including many copy as options, floating windows, multitude of Callback URLs including a URL callback generator for each callback (https://bear.app/xurlbuilder/open_note/) , ease and speed of transferring the final draft to Evernote and now as a supplementary form of KBM UI interface (in addition to, not instead of palettes), ease of creating links (just type [[ and type any word in the title → a pick down list of all notes appears, very flexible multi-level lists, multitude of headers, ease and speed of writing using Markdown)
That being said, I would never for a minute imagine replacing Evernote with Bear to store information.