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rkanes

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  1. My note was about consistency in the left nav UI. You can select Tags, Notebooks, and All Notes, but not Shortcuts. And to your point about there not being a "page" for shortcuts as a functional explanation: they're just notes that you've created a custom link to, right? And since selecting Notes reveals a list of notes in the middle panel, the user might expect that selecting Shortcuts would likewise reveal a list of those shortcuts/notes in the middle panel. I grant you that you can use the disclosure triangle to accomplish the same thing, but that kind of affordance is well-suited to long lists where scrolling is expected, and I would guess that most people have a more selective list of shortcuts, in which case saving a step is a bonus, and helps put the "short" in shortcut!
  2. [Reposting from another thread]. Just upgraded to v7 (MacOS), and noticed the following sidebar behavior. With the disclosure triangle closed, you can still select the top-level item (for things like Notebooks, or Tags), and then the middle panel displays a full list of child items. But if you try to select Shortcuts with the disclosure triangle closed, you cannot do it, thus it won't display the child items. Seems like the behavior should be consistent, and it would certainly be helpful.
  3. Just upgraded to v7 (MacOS), and noticed the following sidebar behavior. With the disclosure triangle closed, you can still select the top-level item (like Notebooks, or Tags), and the middle panel displays a full list of child items. But if you try to select Shortcuts with the disclosure triangle closed, you cannot do it. Seems like the behavior should be consistent, and it would certainly be helpful.
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