I am a kind of a new user. I have been using Joplin on and off for two years now in parallel with Raindrop. At first, I took Raindrop as a general favorites manager and Joplin more for research organization based on its organizing and clipping capabilities.
Raindrop would be adequate if the nested collections were not a part of a paid feature set.
There was one thing that always hindered me from using Joplin only and it is that it is not really intended to be a bookmark manager. Then I found that each clipping has among the note properties, the URL of the original note. So, I am now slowly switching entirely to Joplin.
My feature request is to add “open in a browser” option in the context menu on the note name which opens the associated URL from note properties. I think that it could be useful to someone other than me too.
The other option that I would like to see, but do not know if it is really possible is the ability to add an icon (like favicon) in front of the name of the notebook.
I know / see how cmd-K works within Joplin. But I do not see how this feature provides the otherwise missing context command which SaleB is looking for. It lets you enter name, text and title but it cannot open a browser (including Joplin 1.5.7). Can you explain ?