I have a habit of using Notepad for quick jotting notes (eg, on a phone call, or just a short-term list of things), because it's so easy to Win+R -> "notepad" -> enter. But then I end up with a large number of untitled and unsaved notepad instances open over the course of a day, some of which I do actually want to save in the end.
Is there a quick way to get into a new Joplin note, preferably from a shortcut I can add to my taskbar or Start menu? Ideally it would launch Joplin (or even just a small note-only window), and save whatever I typed as a new note in an uncategorized category, which I can address later. This could replace my use of Notepad, but I need it to be quick. If I have to open Joplin, navigate to a notebook, and click to start a new note, it'll never overcome the Notepad muscle memory.
I could see maybe putting together a shell script to do this with the terminal application, but wanted to see if something like it exists first.