Open Top Note by current sorting method from a Tag Shortcut in Notes Mode
Current behavior: If your default shortcut in Notes Mode is a tag rather than a note, then when you switch into Notes Mode it displays a "Tip of the day" in the editor view. A tip of the day isn't rly useful in a text editor compared to actually opening something. Actually, it looks like this is just the behavior with all tags, whether you auto-select them via the default shortcut or just click on them manually. They will wait for you to click on a note. I can see why that'd be okay with tags that aren't the default shortcut if the devs really want to show people tips (which should imo be togglable in a menu setting), but with the default shortcut it defeats the purpose of it being a shortcut imo.
Desired behavior: When clicking on a tag in Notes Mode, automatically open the top note as determined by the current sorting method for your notes. Should work at least for the default shortcut, and preferably for all shortcutted tags, if not all tags, period.
Caution: when using the in: syntax in the search bar to find notes, although that's similar to selecting a tag, in that case the top note should probably NOT automatically be opened if you already have something open in the editor, especially if you want a feature like this: https://amplenote.featureupvote.com/suggestions/50691/search-should-highlight-searched-text
Although, I think if the feature is added for ALL tags and not just for shortcuts, then you'll never not have something open in the editor; but then again, if it's only for shortcuts, then since searches aren't shortcuts, it shouldn't work for searches anyway.
Might be nice if this is applied when you don't have a default shortcut set too - would allow the user to make it so that whenever you switch into Notes Mode, your most recent/top note will display automatically. Then again, the Today and This Week tags would allow that anyway. Either way, would be super useful to have.
It's frustrating to make a new note using double-bracket syntax, and then for the note to not be there waiting for me when I switch into Notes Mode, or to make a new note normally and then go back to Jots Mode, and then think of something else to add to that note (not to the top of it), and to have to click on the top of the note nav pane to locate it. It's impossible to anticipate whether you'll want to immediately revisit any given new note, so it's impractical to try to get around this problem by doing something like making everything a shortcut temporarily just in case.
Oh, right, I guess quick open gets around the above problem. Still need this for tags, though.