As the number of my notes increases, I’m finding that the font size and formatting is taking up a lot of what feels like unnecessary screen space.
This isn’t a request for an option to change font size (though that option would be good). Rather it’s for the designer to use their skills to maximise the number of notes that I can get an overview of on one page, while keeping it an aesthetically pleasing experience.
Incidentally, whenever I look at a list of notes, I find I have created a wasted space by typing one or two returns at the end of many notes. Partly this is a habit of using return to signal I’ve stopped writing or to activate a tag; I should try and use spacebar instead. But also, it’s because at the end of a list I’m trying to make the bullet on the last empty line disappear; must try and use delete instead.
That said, perhaps an option for Agenda to tidy up notes on the fly would be useful - on exiting a note to delete:
- at the end of the note, any empty returns (including empty bullet)
- in the body of the text, to delete any double returns
- in the body, any empty bullets