"On This Day" looking back
Coming from Day One for private journaling, one of the things I loved the most was its "On This Day" feature, showcasing entries on the same date across all previous years. For those of us who are more sentimental and like to get reminded of things we used to write about in a non-networked way, this seems like a nice-to-have feature!
Record location, weather, and other metadata
One of my favorite features from Day One is that every entry records the location it was written in (with user permission ofc). Optionally it also records things like currently playing music, weather, today's step count etc.. Most of them are more relevant to private journaling, kind of like creating a snapshot of that day's you. For Reflect, I think location might be the most relevant.
When spawning daily notes from calendar, don't show full person name if // present
I use the '+' button in the calendar sidebar often. If there are people associated with that event, who already have notes with short names/aliases set up, the event created shows the entire string of all their names with the slashes, instead of one or the other. Would love it if the inserted note could use part of the person's string (ideally before or after the //).
Ability to collapse individual Backlinks and sub-points
When you have a lot of back links (and long notes) to a particular note, it's too hard to get an overview of the content and too long to scroll. Would want to collapse each incoming back link and sub-bullets, and ideally a short cut to collapse all so you can quickly scan through the ties of the incoming back links themselves.
An "inbox" or "untagged/orphaned" view
I am often clipping things to Reflect throughout my day (links, notes, etc). It is hard to understand what I have triaged/organised (by merging, tagging, linking) and what I haven't. Bear Notes had an very helpful 'Untagged' view for this. Todoist has an 'Inbox'. Something similar for Reflect would be helpful.
Having "block-level" references would allow referencing a block as you add future content, context, iteration, ideation, etc. It would push the concept of Incremental Notes to the block-level, enabling expanding on ideas previously captured via links or Kindle reading.
iOS Task Widget
I would love to have a widget that shows tasks. The widget could be very similar to https://culturedcode.com/things/support/articles/2803567/