What is the main reason why don’t you use Anytype on a daily basis on Android?
For me it’s the good old sync issue. Basically, I’d have to copy paste everything from Windows to Android if I want to have the same info on both. Of course, I don’t do that.
The big one for me is being able to quickly create a note. I wrote about this in my [post in the Android UI/UX section](Quick Add/Inbox feature). Thanks for the reply there! I can see my mobile Anytype usage going up after this
On a more general note, while working from home, I attend meetings at my desk with my computer rather than a meeting room, so overall I’m taking less mobile/tablet notes than I usually would anyway. From that point of view, it’s not an issue with Anytype on Android, it’s more how we’re all working at the moment
I think there are two main reasons for me. The first is nothing to do with Anytype: I go out less than I used to due to the Coronavirus pandemic!
The second, though, is that my main interest in using Anytype is in the database functionality (same is true for Notion for me). So until DBs are available I don’t have daily practical use for it. I use it on desktop and Android primarily for testing and comparison purposes.
That said, I too would like some attention toward the needs of “quick capture”. I currently use Google Keep for stuff like that, but if Anytype could take the place of it, that would be a great improvement to my workflow, especially since I hope long-term to be able to use Antype for everything (once DBs are available, etc.)
I have to agree with @Oshyan due to the quarantine I’m on my pc all day so there is no need for me to use my phone. If I was on the move all day it would be different since I used to takes notes on an Android tablet with a bluetooth keyboard. Right now i’m using anytype to take classes notes and study. Once databases come I think I would use it a lot more.