Feature Request: Encrypted Notebooks
Being able to encrypt notes is nice, but it does not really work well for two reasons:
If you really use NoteStation for all your notes, you will really fast end up with hundreds of notes and many of them will contain sensitive information. That's what a note app is for, right? But encrypting each one individually takes a lot of extra time and doesn't really scale well.
Note titles are not encrypted and still readable. This is basically necessary, because you need to know which note to decrypt. But in combination with the fact that the default view, when opening the app, is a reverse chronological list of all your notes with their titles readable. This defeats the purpose of the encryption. For example, when I open NoteStation during a meeting on Monday, my colleagues can see that during the weekend I researched Kamasutra workshops, new job opportunities, and treatment options for excessive sweat smell. This is bad. Especially because you can't hide notes from this view.
The only option to prevent this from happening right now is either use fake note titles, which adds even more work and confusion. Or use a different app for one of those types of notes, which pretty much defeats the purpose of an app that wants to be the one central place for all your notes.
Encrypted Notebooks would easily solve both problems altogether. You can just create an encrypted notebook called "Private", so nobody knows what's in there AND you only need to unlock/decrypt once when you start working. Even if you had to manually encrypt the notebook after working in it, this would make things much easier for people with lots of notes. But the perfect solution would probably be handling it like password managers: Notes are saved in an encrypted vault. When you unlock the notebook, the key is stored temporary and get erased when you either quit the app, get logged out by the OS, and after a configurable timeout.
I am pretty sure that I am not the only one with those problems and you would make a lot of people happy with encrypted notebooks
Thank you for your consideration,
P.S.: I made up all the examples above, but I thought they would help to illustrate the fact that note titles should be encrypted too