Can I have your comments?
I'll embed to top page.
They require Social connect without a demo or any substantive reason to do so.
As far as social connect - it's using the most popular authentication service (Facebook, where you can usually control any social permissions), and a dev-specific auth service (GitHub). Sounds a lot better to me than creating a new account somewhere else, particularly as I trust those two providers with authentication.
That's a topic where the debate is on for years!
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You lost me at Hello.
Makes me incredibly nostalgic for Google Notebook (the highest of complements)!
Notebook could be something like this nowadays if the company hadn't begun to reject their side projects. Google's "Keep" is nothing like the journaling/meeting/class note app that Notebook was, or this is. I look forward to using it.
Also, can you provide a video or something? I know someone else already mentioned this, but I think it's really essential.
- gmail like Archive
- Calendar view
Dates writen in the title or body of your notes are automatically inserted in your calendar.
please try to use wri.pe.
I don't use Facebook, and do not have a github account as I am not a coder. Do I conclude that you do are not targeting your application at me?
How would I export notes with a timeline a few years down the line?
Why, oh, why does everyone insist on Facebook authentication? Aren't there any people like me, who do not have a Facebook account, and do not wish to obtain one simply for a text editor?
It's a text editor, I don't think sign-in should be required.
People don't trust websites that quickly ask for their Facebook account. It looks spammy.
I'm all for third-party authentication, I hate creating yet another account. I think the balance is to offer more choices than just Facebook or Github. And I don't like linking my Github to things that are not directly involving my code.
The way StackExchange does is the right way, I believe. Offering more neutral, flexible OAuth providers than only Facebook (and in that case a smaller player like Github).
This is meant as a constructive comment, if anybody ends up at this line thinking I'm just whining.
It's one of the things why I don't like Chrome os concept - some things should not be ran in the browser. A text editor is one of them.
My next question would be how to change the size of the preview area. It seems to be fixed width, adjusted for a 1024px screen.
Wri.pe: A simple and handy note-taking app from Japan
You should also put some more effort into the demo video. _At least_ use a clean Safari browser.
Because I really doubt that a YAMNA is going to matter much or is brining anything better or new on the table.
 Yet Another Markdown/Note App :-) (minus the smiley)
 I could not find a demo that I can use first hand before logging in via GitHub, Fb is out of question anyway.