Use case or problem
As someone who likes to keep his notes database clean and organized, I often delete empty or no longer useful notes (Ctrl+Shift+Del). Often, when I do this too fast, I accidentally delete the wrong note, and immediately hit Ctrl+Z in attempt to recover the file from my Recycle Bin, to no avail.
Since Ctrl+Z is used for Edit Mode undos, I suggest Ctrl+Shift+Z to undo all file movement / deletion related actions (similar to Mac/Windows file navigation behavior). For example, this feature would quickly remediate the following: dragging and dropping files into wrong folder, deleting the wrong note / folder, perhaps even creating a new note by accident?
Current workaround (optional)
I currently have to go to my recyble bin, look for and recover the said file.