The software was great, and I started with Scrinvener, but it had some problems. It was better for fiction than knowledge base.
I use Mybase, which is great overall, but it doesn’t support mind maps, and a lot of pictures and videos have to be inserted into the editor as attachments, but the main reason I abandoned it was that it didn’t support mind maps
Obsidian is more comprehensive, but it also has a lot of problems, in fact, there are a lot of plug-ins to extend the use of md very well, but I actually don’t need too much fancy usage, what to add  to generate the title and so on, I can not remember it is very troublesome, why not directly make a icon or text button?
And then the thing that bothers me the most is the tree folder and file manager on the left.
For example, I created a folder named Liu Bei, but I need to create another note named Liu Bei under the folder, because I only need this note to record all the information of this named Liu Bei, so there will be a folder named Liu Bei and a note named Liu Bei, which makes me confused, which should I click?
Then it’s hard to tell the difference between a folder and a file at a glance. The only difference is that the left side of the folder has an arrow pointing right or left, while the notes don’t. This also confused me
I wish the folder had an icon or something that made it look obviously different from the notes.
And then finally the hard part is, I click on a folder, and it really is a folder
I wish it was like mybase or scrivener, where I click on a folder, but it’s actually notes.
I can open the next level by clicking the right arrow on the left, instead of opening or closing the next level by clicking the folder.
Especially now that I’m using Folder Note plugin, this plugin is nice, I can click on the folder to open a note, but when I click on the folder, it folds or reexpands the notes or folders of his subordinates, this is too painful, I just want to see the contents of the folder (now it becomes notes), not to fold or expand his subordinates.
Generally speaking, these are the places that make me feel uncomfortable. I hope the author can consider them.
Thank you for your work, because the world is a better place because of you