I know I’m digging here, but I use Agenda on an iPhone 8+ &would like to request that ‘collapse all’ (notes) feature might be reconsidered for the iPhone.
I’m interested in how collapsing all notes goes against Agenda’s philosophy - categories collapse & notes do too, only one at a time. None of this is by any means meant to be argumentative - I’m just interested. And, not all concepts are easily explained, sometimes people either get it or they just don’t - and if I don’t, pay no attention. I will, in time.
The second thing is, we have titles for notes, why would we need to see the entire note? A project can have many, many notes as I’m sure you’re well aware.
It’s just too much information to see all at once, and really slows things down when I’m creating links. It feels like I’m doing a lot of busy work, collapsing one note at a time, while looking for a particular note. (All my links are x2 to link both ways, as I’m still absorbing the search / tagging features.)
If I’ve missed something here, I apologize - I’ve done some reading, but it can take a while for me to wrap my mind around some concepts, obvious as they may be to others.
Thank you for such a beautiful app, I’ve been waiting for something like this for years, but never could have imagined anything as uniquely stunning as Agenda, and again, the linking is just the most useful feature, ever.