on 09 May, 2017 08:59 PM
tod.w thanks for the comment, I'm glad you find them useful.
I often make abuse of the English language for practical reasons, in that case peedbacking is just a contraction of Giv"ing" "P"eople F"eedback".
I manage engineers for a living and the formula that I use to help them grow is: Increasinly-Complex-Challenges + Time-to-Brainstorm-New-Approaches + Timely-Feedback + Time-to-Retrospect. That process requires me to keep a lot of notes (logs) so that I can find patterns in a person's behavior.
@ Pablo lol. Since this is a public and family-friendly forum, I really had to choose my comment carefully lest the moderater give me some "peedback"!
I can recall when a young grad joined our company and was looking at the code (assembly language 35 years ago) on microfiche, and asked our manager what the opcode NFG meant. Since the grad was a young lady, our then-50 year old manager had a difficult time. This was also well before the euphemism "freaking" entered everyday English. N=no, G=good. The actual process was reset to 000 if current process fails.
@Danilo I've found a couple of references of apps that offer the List view feature as a boolean toogle, in case you want to include the feature without the complexity of coming up with a complete overhaul of the view options.
I was really excited for Bear, and then I realized I can't see all my note titles at a glance, like in Evernote, in which I have ~30. This is make or break for me, because it's really nice not to have to scroll to get to the note you want....Alternatively, I could assign a different tag to each note, and just click into it in the tags bar, but there is no way to see just tags + editor, and skip the notes panel...Anyways, when compact titles become available, I am definitely switching to Bear.