Show Count Of The Number Of Notes Added On A Webpage On The Notes Side Panel
By copying a piece of text and selecting "copy to note" option, it creates a note, and a screenshot, of the page. When the page is revisited, the notes panel icon should flash and display "1" (or more, if more than one note exists on that url).
[Maybe also suggest notes added on other urls of the same domain on the notes panel...].
Used to use Weave, then it bugged, switched to Glasp (which lacks Private Notes), and now just found out Vivaldi natively supports annotating functionality! With Vivaldi's end-to-end encryption for sync, snapshotting feature for notes, and local offline storage of the notes, can't think of a better note-taking alternative... This tiny feature would make it a true natively-annotation-supporting web browser!
[Passive annotation, that is. Active highlighting on the screen is kinda inferior, and prone to bugs/failure if the webpage's content changes... So yeah, no need to go down that path, I guess.].
Hi, Vivaldi does 2 of 3 already, note and screenshot, URL and date.
If I understand correctly only flashing left.
As one should only make one request per thread may you edit your first post with the 3 dot menu.
If you make 3 requests and I like only 2 how should I vote for you.
@mib2berlin Yes, Vivaldi does the two things already; I was just context-setting. The Feature Request is only for flashing/displaying (on the Notes panel icon) the number of notes added which bear the same url address as that of the current active tab/page.