Feature request: Temporary bookmarks
Hi! First of all, thanks for a fantastic app!!
When creating a new note on a specific topic, for example outlining a blog post, I would like to simplify the process of finding the most relevant notes to include in that outline.
Let’s say the post will be about ”what happens in the brain in hot weather”.
Then I might do an Archive search on ”brain”, which will then render 55 notes, let’s say. As of today, I have two options:
1. Check the content of notes that might be right for my purpose. One at a time. Once i discover a note which I’d like to include, I need to copy that note’s link, go back to the blog post note, then go back to the search result list again to find another relevant note, then copy that link too etc.
2. Hold the command key (mac) and select the notes I want to include, and then copy and paste them all at once into the blog post note. However, this works only if the note titles are perfectly written, clearly communicating the full value of each note, so I don’t even have to look at what’s inside.
What I’m suggesting is an easier way (including a keyboard shortcut) that would allow me to arrow down through the search results, and for each note I find relevant, use a temporary bookmark as to say ”this note I find relevant”, then keep going through the search rendered list. After a couple of minutes I might have 12 notes bookmarked, which i could then either multi-select and copy or, in the blogpost note, choose ”paste links of the bookmarked notes”.
Hope this makes sense.
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