I am starting to notice this same problem on my Windows laptop. It is worse in the Dynalist Windows app, but still noticeable in the Dynalist Chrome app. (It is most disruptive when I make a typo, and I have to wait after backspacing to see if I’ve deleted the right number of characters.)
I believe it has to do with the size of the document. Several months ago I started keeping all my notes in one document, to prevent internal links from breaking when I occasionally reorganize my notes. Now this main document (where I had been noticing the typing delay) has become quite large. When I switched to a much smaller document, the typing delay basically disappeared, even in the Dynalist Windows app. When I returned to the main document, the delay returned.
This makes me concerned about the sustainability of Dynalist as a notes repository. I am becoming increasingly dependent on it, including on its internal linking capability, and yet as my main document grows it is becoming increasingly slow. To split apart the document into multiple documents would cause many internal links to break, with no automatic way of repairing them.
Is either of these issues – the typing delay within large documents or the ability to reorganize notes across documents without breaking internal links – likely to be addressed in the relatively near future?
If not, can anyone suggest workarounds? (short of breaking my notebook back into multiple documents, avoiding cross-document links, and hoping to avoid further reorganization)