Also, probably the only feature I use with evernote as a paying user is its OCR and search engine.
But, true, the UI is not fantastic for that kind of tool.
Evernote and OneNote are the big note taking apps. Hierarchical, nifty searching and tagging, easy to include all kinds of images, pdfs, etc.
Journaling (for me) focuses on easy and quick entries without distractions. OneNote can do that via Win+N, but it seems to have no good way to show me all the entries in chronological order, so I can do post-processing when I have the time.
I might circle back on this when I have some use case that joplin isn't meeting.
- [ ] fix `params.key_` copy pasted code
- [ ] add ui to search mls listings
- [ ] review pr
Not sure how the extra param ended up on the search API but its there. Now have to pull it out and see if any systems are relying on its existence.
The only small criticism would be that most people are not professional photographs, so they wouldn't even come close to having cover photos for every one of their notes.
Also, a Mac version would be nice.
I can see the appeal from the graphic designer's stand point, but it's totally superfluous information I didn't create and that just distracts.
Am I missing a button?
Umbrella Note is a whopping 78mb versus Evernote at 129mb. I'm not sure "another copy of Chromium" is a big deal. I'm not sure what you're talking about in regards to the bloated markup. Are you referring to HTML and CSS? I'm also not really of the opinion that a simple note taking app needs to be multithreaded. This would increase complexity in any language.
My first thought when looking at this project wasn't "oh no Electron!" My first thought was "I could actually contribute to this project," because I, like many many others, use and understand what is likely the most prevalent programming language in the world.
This sounds very much like a comment I saw where a person said that they thought most atheists were only on board a bandwagon because it was hip. How terribly offensive.
Some people genuinely dislike certain projects and have no interest in being hip when they say so.