Once in a while, I post about Logseq on various forums or social media sites.
One key observation from these interactions is users’ appreciation for Logseq’s journal due to its efficiency in capturing and processing information. This aligns with the most critical question for future Logseq development: How can Logseq reduce the friction in data entry?
Currently, the Logseq protocol allows users to add a block to the end of the day’s journal page, but this functionality is unavailable within Logseq itself. To address this, I propose enhancing the search feature (Mod + k). When users search for a string that doesn’t exist, they are currently offered the option to create a new page or a whiteboard using that string as the title. Logseq should offer a third option; append the searched string to the end of today’s journal page.
When a user searches for a non-existing text string over three words long, inserting the text into today’s journals should be the first option listed, followed by a new page or whiteboard. This feature would provide a seamless and intuitive way to quickly capture thoughts and information in the journal.
If you think this feature would be helpful, please upvote the feature request