With the recent teaser about full text search (very exciting):
I am wondering if there would be other improvement on the horizon as well in terms of managing free text across the platform. In particular, I was wondering about the following:
Are there any plans to support text blocks (a la Roam)? This would be to allow linking to specific passages and embedding a live view of a passage as a block reference (and maybe even querying ). I assume some level of text blocks must currently exist to allow linked references to function, but I wasn’t sure how far the functionality can be extended.
I’m hoping that there would be some improvements to the outlining capabilities (or bullet support), including a better mechanism of collapsing/expanding sections of text. Again I am looking at Roam as one of the best implementations. Currently, you are able to use the three heading levels for expanding/collapsing but being able to do this with nested/indented bullets is also super helpful. There is some weird behaviour with the bulleted lists when deleting lines and moving sections which changes the indent level. So hopefully that can be fixed.
Since the linked references exist, it is only natural to ask for unliked references feature At first I didn’t really think I would miss this feature from the other tools (Roam, Athens, Amplenote, …) but as I create more textual material, I am beginning to see real value in the feature in creating new entities and linkages over time.
The linked references capability of Fibery is great and I am hoping it can be improved to allow more flexibility on the context (I think I’ve see a discussion on this but can’t seem to find a link).
These were a few items I had been collecting over the last little while. Hoping to see some of these features in the future.