Seperate "Vivaldi notes" app?
Hey there! I am new to this forum, and I had an idea/question about a potential feature.
The notes feature in Vivaldi is pretty handy, I find myself using it a lot on desktop. However, on mobile it is less convenient, since it is hidden by menus within the actual browser and confined just to that app. I think a lightweight and simple notes app--akin to simplenote or Google keep--would be a good idea. You could keep your Vivaldi notes unified between the mobile and desktop browser in a more approachable way than it is currently. I have a relatively sluggish phone, and it would take forever to check my notes if I had to open the browser each time. Having a simple, light-weight notes app under the same Vivaldi account would keep the integration, and make it more accessible.
You could select and share links, articles and text from any app--similar to Mozilla's pocket--rather than only in Vivaldi. Perhaps the reading list could be integrated into this as well just to flesh out the features some more. The organization could be similar to the browser's workspaces feature with a simple icon or emoji beside the title.
One thing I wish more notes apps had was a good notes list widget that allows for note creation directly from the home screen. Right now, Google keep and Notion are the only ones that have this feature (that I know of), it's super convenient. Perhaps a reminder system could be added as well and integrated into the browser.
Who knows? If a good enough notes app is made and people sign up for a Vivaldi account just for the notes, they may move to the browser seamlessly as well since the account is already made.
Anyways, this is just an idea I have had for a bit. Has this already been considered? If anything, there is already a neat Vivaldi notes Icon to work with in the merchandise store...
Hi and welcome to the forum.
I use Keep as web panel on desktop and the app on Android.
I also use Vivaldi notes but for different use cases.
Keep for shopping lists, Notes for permanent text, for example.
Hi, does it sync between devices?
@mib2berlin, only as Bookmark if you don't use an separat sync service for the documents created, because the editor save the files locally in the device (Html, text or PDF), no cloud storing. You can upload the files in FileCoffee, then you have access of these in your account there (free). FileCoffe accept all kind of files (image, video, multimedia, documents, text, PDF, presentations, apps), except Html, this are stored in text format. With account 30 MB/file, sharelinks.
This is a way to complicated to me, I am synced with Google on my Android devices anyway.
My shopping lists are not to secret but I understand some people want to live ungoogled.
Then this is a good alternative way.
@weissHS Hi, Thanks for your feature request.
This looks like a duplicate of https://forum.vivaldi.net/topic/40319/standalone-separate-notes-from-phone-app-for-easier-direct-access Please vote & discuss at that thread, thank you.