I’m looking to switch from Apple Notes and other various apps I’ve been trying. I’m new here, and I want to work in basic WYSIWYG mode, and I don’t need things rendered in html, which is what I think the rendered format is? I don’t want to need the split pain (haha). Is WYSIWYG mode experimental because of the swapping between md and html? Is so, how important is it to people to have the html format as the preview? Is it needed because people use it a lot for web publishing?
I just need basic WYSIWYG that is only md format. Is that weird? It would be kinda just like Apple Notes wouldn’t it? And I suspect for a lot of folks, that might be all they want? I want to take notes, add links/photos/files etc, and view them without visually without all the backend ids.
I also can’t get serious about adopting Joplin as my go to tool while the feature is still in Beta as I don’t want to risk corruption or loss of data somehow.
I’d also like to know where I can ask other newb/noob type questions. I understand that the ids and database method won’t be changed. I can live with that since I know where the files are (not tucked away in my MacOS folders like Apple Notes). But I also need to make sure I know how NOT to break anything. It seems like as long as I don’t touch the (Joplin_id).md files, I should be fine, and I just need to use Joplin to be able to view them. Is there any other folder I need to be concerned with?
Thanks for anyone who wants to helop with any of that above!