A minor point regarding plugin updates and Joplin versions.
I am using Joplin v1.7.11 and the Note Overview plugin 1.3.4. Upon looking at the plugins settings page I am shown that there is an update. I had not seen the post for the plugin where it states 1.8.1 is required and the update notice itself does not tell me.
I updated and I am then informed that a newer version of Joplin is needed to run it. There is not currently a newer version as 1.8.x is in beta / pre-release. The plugin now cannot be reverted or even deleted using the plugin settings. It can be disabled.
The solution of course is to quit Joplin, delete the JPL file out of the plugins directory, go to GitHub for the older plugin, download the older version, place it in the plugins folder and start Joplin. Just suggesting that a non-technical user should not have to find out how to do this for this or any other plugin.
Ideally users should not be able to update a plugin that does not work with the installed Joplin version when the previous version did.
Just one for the wall of "things to consider" post-it notes
Edit: Didn't place this on the plugin's post as it seems this may not be unique to that plugin, rather a weakness with Joplin's updating system.