This extends from my prior post, but the topics are new, so I wanted to do a new thread. I am using:
Joplin for Desktop
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Joplin 1.2.4 (prod, linux)
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- When adding an attachment, say a PNG file, is there a way to incorporate a compression process (like optipng) to save on storage space?
a) Is it possible to paste a screen shot with a prompt to make adjustments, similar to what Flameshot and Shutter do when making a screen shot? Maybe to ask if I want to save as PNG, JPEG, compression and quality level, etc? I am aware that this is also a bit out of scope, but not so much for users with a large amount of notes with attachments that are images.
- Is there a method of removing attachments no longer linked in a note? Maybe it is there and I am unaware?
- I am able to do a screen capture of something and paste as an image. However, I cannot do as in VSCode and Atom where I can use "copy image" and paste.
- An expanded search feature is needed, in my opinion. I am seeing the value potential with that based on the prior.
- After trying the web clipper, I see the value. One thing I cannot find ... what if I want the URL + simplified or complete page?
- For the web clipper, what about an option to take a full page screenshot of a web page? I currently do this via browser extension, but to have Joplin do it, that is a feature worth talking about.
- The ability to connect Joplin to a web service to store attachments (like images) would be quite helpful. Including services like Google Drive, OneDrive, etc ... and also private FTP servers for those who have server space.
- an integration to Google Calendar (and possibly others) would be great.... although, again a bit far from scope.
I know this is a big "wish list", but I am adjusting to using Joplin more and an seeing a potential not found in competing softwares. Also based on my prior post, I am not thinking of the coding portions, but strictly notes.