Hi Danilo. Thanks for taking the time to respond. Much appreciated.
I appreciate the feedback and have just found reference to a few people requesting this in the Reddit forum so I have added my comments and reasoning to that threat just to record another interest in the feature. I hope you do eventually implement it in a future release ;-)
In Preview (and other Apple apps) there's a way to send the file to Bear without having to locate the file in Finder. Click on the file name at the top of the Preview window, then right click on the highlighted file name, choose Services, and then select Send to Bear.
+1 for this feature. I use Bear extensively for storing data/clipping pages - and for anything other than a browser (twitter/tweetbot, reeder/readkit/feedly) I need to use a workaround of opening it in Safari and then using the web clipper.
Another +1 for this feature. As a developer, this is super easy to implement and offers sooo much functionality including Safari share support w/o requiring users to install a browser extension. This is low hanging fruit. Just do it.
Your guys app is really good, but if you listened to your community a little bit more it would be excellent.
I've used Sketch.app since the early days and they actively sought and implemented feedback from the design community. This not only showed they cared, but the app constantly improved in major ways. And as Adobe turned a blind eye to what users actually wanted, Sketch won the day.
While I'm add it, please add a way to create a new note without a tag automatically being added. You could simply put this in preference options. It's very bizarre to have to delete #recipes when I'm trying to create a new note about #music. I know I can go to Notes in the sidebar, but this redundant step seems like a bug.
And also please add a way to not have the first line default to h1.
I'm assuming you guys built it all this way because this is how you personally use the app. And I really can't blame you. If I had development chops, I'd build my own note-taking app, but by just adding some options for users who use the app in ways different than you do would be very much appreciated.
I recommended Evernote to hundreds of people for years until it got too big and bloated to be able to recommend. I'd love to do the same free enthusiastic marketing for you guys if these kinks got worked out, but until then I feel ok enough to use it, but not confident enough to recommend it. I mean this all constructively, and again if you're designing this app primarily for your own use, cool, I get it and wish I could do the same.