Content bar on left side and page breadcrumbs on top

One of the things I really like about Transno is that it allows me to see what’s going on without worrying about if I missed something. I’m coming from a OneNote background so I find the lack of hierarchy a bit confusing at first, and while I know Logseq is not trying to be a hierarchy note app, it would be nice for people transitioning to have some guardrails.

To me this looks like the ability to set a content page on the left hand side instead of the right, as an option.
It would also be cool if like Zettlr, you could move pages between folders in order to create a hierarchy if you want to.

Finally Transno has a nice breadcrumbs feature that shows you which pages you were navigating to/from at the top of each document, this would be a nice feature to have.

I also like the idea of a page history display so you can go back to recently-visited pages. It could be on top or as a feature of a sidebar.

I would suggest you not call these ‘breadcrumbs’ however, because I think that term is often used to refer to the path for content, such as the folders containing a subfolder, or in Logseq’s case, if you are zoomed in on a block, it would be the blocks above that block in the hierarchy. Page history, on the other hand, doesn’t necessarily reflect a path because the nature of clicking through your database is such that you might have a pretty random “path” through pages.


Agreed! History is a super useful navigation ui, I think we’ll explore with putting it (or an option) in the upcoming sidebar feature!


I like the idea of having a left hand sidebar in a similar way that Remnote / Obsidian has where you can see the pinned pages at the top and then a list of all the pages underneath. I find this easier than having to go to the tools and all pages


We’re now working on the sidebar and the desktop app currently. Hopefully it’s live soon!


Great news! Looking forward to it. Thanks a lot and much appreciated.

Would live if it was a setting so I could choose sidebar on left or right, just like I am in vscode where I have set it to the right.



I like the idea of having breadcrumbs constantly at the top which references not only the page, but also the current block / sub-block etc. If one is working on a long and complex block, the head node of the block is often not visible, and one can sometimes forget what that head node is (or at least I do!)