These are good options, except for one thing… on the Move…to. Bottom, I think the implementation is very adverse here.
Note that when you Option and Move…to, you get a message that basically says you can’t move it to the bottom (after the last note) unless you remove the date. It’ a binary decision. You can’t move the note to the bottom AND Keep the date which would be what I wanted to do. I would have expected the choice, but you dont get the choice at all.
I think that Agenda is getting things very mixed up here. Notes should have a timestamp (that is the date they were created). This is critical. Optionally the note might should have an “edited” date (i.e the last time something was added or changed in the note. Then, it should have that “peg” date…i.e. the date to which you want the note associated on a calendar.
I want to always track the date that I enter notes. That’s very important to me, but it many times isn’t related to any “action” date. Let’s say I chose to have a series of four notes each one entered on the same day, but two of them are pegged to a calendar date and the other two aren’t. Now I want to “close” the note and move it to the bottom. The fact that it’s done hasn’t changed my requirement to know when I entered it. That’s still important. So when I move it to the bottom, I should be given the option to remove the date or keep it. Seems I can’t do that now…if I move it, I lose the date. Please consider that logic in that spot.