Super cool, really appreciate the thoughtful kind answer. Hey while we're here, can I bend your ear about something else - cuz this brings up another point as to how you are using these different hashtag types.
So in the past (yeah yeah I'm all Stockholm syndromed from WF) I've used @ for people. And I've used # for verbs and nouns.
So one entry might be "#call @Amanda"
When I click on #call I can see everyone I should call, including Amanda.
And right before I speak to amanda I click @Amanda and boom, I get the full history of when I spoke to Amanda in the simple calendar function I run in the outliner - because every time we've spoken in the past, I've made a brief note and tagged it @Amanda.
Here it seems you are using @ and # in a more expansive sophisticated way. But it also seems a bit looser.
For example what I was expecting when I clicked on the "tag" list view was to see all the @people followed by all the #verb/nouns. What you show, of course, is all the tags alphabetically regardless of # or @.
I'm wondering if it would be possible to have, for us simpler folk, a bifurcated list option with the @'s and #'s grouped. That way I can quickly look through my address book for someone. The way its currently implemented seems a bit chaotic to my eye.
Or maybe there is way of filtering the tags? - if there is, please let me know! Or maybe I'm thinking about this all wrong, and I should just make everything a #, including people? Would love to hear your thoughts on this.
Thanks for continuing to expand my horizons and this product. Very cool.