I’m one of those users who prefers, in principle, the purity of editing in markdown instead of WYSIWYG. In practice, though, Joplin’s markdown editor is, frankly, not much to look at - especially next to to the beautifully rendered output. Since I spend more time writing notes than reading them, it’s disappointing to have a gorgeous viewer but an ugly editor!
Has anyone here used the StackEdit editor? It’s essentially a syntax-coloring editor like Joplin’s, but it also changes the font size and style along with the color so that the editing view looks more like the output will. It’s beautiful and intuitive, and I would love to see this sort of thing in Joplin. I think it would inspire a lot more casual users to stick with markdown view. Try it out at the link above.