Where is the Trashcan?

Operating system


Joplin version


Desktop version info

Joplin 2.14.22 (prod, win32)

Client-ID: 940a5f79e780459cbb2e2a1b66c85b59
Sync-Version: 3
Profil-Version: 46
Unterstützter Schlüsselbund: Ja

Revision: e579eb9

Backup: 1.4.0

Sync target

Joplin Server


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What issue do you have?

First the most important thing:

Thank you very much for your good work.
I have been using OneNote from MS for the last few years, but yesterday I switched to Joplin.

(My personal opinion: Great tool, but the logo is a bit misleading, at least for me. I can't find the application when I'm looking for it :D)

Now to my question.

I use Joplin as a Docker.
You can see my configuration in my note (by the way, this is also a very, very good function, with the sharing of notes)

Where the hell is my Trashcan? ^^
I can't find it and or activate it.
Maybe I am blind (I guess it will be the latter).

Can anyone here support me?

Thanks a lot and have a nice weekend.
Greetings, Patrick

Edit: Upgrade the client to Joplin v3.0.2 or later to use the trash feature.

The Github Releases page shows that the trash feature is available for v3.0.2 and later, which are currently pre-release versions.

The Dockerhub Tags page shows that the 2.14.2-beta tag you're using matches the latest Joplin Server version, which is the latest release version.

Using the trash feature may have to wait until a Docker image for v3.0.2 or later is created. Then, you can apply the appropriate tag to your Docker Compose.

Someone please correct me if I'm wrong about any of this.

I've looked it up and unfortunately you're right.
I'll have to wait a little longer.

Thank you for your feedback.

This is not correct!
The Client needs to be a Joplin 3.0.2, not the Joplin Server!

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