The introduction of templates is useful and appreciated. I did keep a notebook of templates from which I would copy in order to make a formatted note. This new feature makes that a bit more streamlined.
I have noticed however that when creating or inserting a template the drop-down list presents the template name as a serif font which clashes with the sans-serif used everywhere else (see (1) in the first screen shot). This is very minor.
Also there appears to be no apparent sort order. As (2) on both screen shots from two different desktop machines show, they are listed in no notable order and the order varies with device. I have since tried this on a further laptop and yet another different sorting order is shown. I cannot fathom what the order is and why it varies. It doesn’t seem to be created or modified date, or size. This is a bit more of an issue as it can make finding templates rather awkward if you have more than a couple.
As stated, these are quite minor points but the devs may wish to add them to their wall of post-it notes…
Please ignore the template names, they are basically test files as I am considering using the term “Template” for a full page note template and “Snippet” for an element to be pasted within an existing page.