Per your second example, yes, I’m referring to a case where it is recognizing a domain name/url format from the raw text without http/https having yet been a part of what was entered. In this case, the embedded link assumes http and I need to edit it directly (if I remember to do so) to become https.
On a side note, I might add that the recognition process is both handy and somewhat frustrating sometimes. There is a sort of timing issue that comes into play. For instance, if I want to change the text of what had been deemed a link, anything I change will remain part of the blue link if I sort of type it fast enough. If you pause a slight bit in the process, you will end up with part of it as a link and the new part you type as plain text. At this point you end up sometimes in a sort of side game of highlighting and editing things in an attempt to bind it all back together into a cohesive link. It doesn’t always seem to keep your changes to the “edit link” field results either.
None of this is a crisis and I recognize what the intentions and behaviors are, but I still seem to tangle with the behaviors with great regularity and trip on bits of it in the otherwise smooth flow of editing.
Hope this description makes sense and thanks for engaging in the topic! Love the app and recommend it heavily to friends all the time.