I’m really interested in your solution, which I use back and forth with Evernote.
From a functional point of view, the software is well designed, the Nextcloud sync is a plus, the Electron client on Windows less, but overall it holds very well.
However, if I often go back and forth between Joplin and Evernote, it’s because apart from giving you a little something every month to help you advance in the software, I can’t do much and, a priori, you’re alone. Even if a community seems to have grown and the software is mature, I don’t think you are surrounded by many devs.
So I ask this question: should I ask my luggage very close to home (after all, the notes are on Nextcloud that I host on a VM that I rent), with the risk that one day you will be tired (and believe me, this kind of weariness happens very quickly), or rather to start again on a solution that has existed for a long time, but that has an unfortunate tendency to read your notes (not proven, but there are strong suspicions), which is not in Europe, and which costs me a little per month.
Basically, I’d like to be enlightened, I’m a little blurry.
EDIT 12:46 - I can not answer you, I was blocked on the forum, when I wanted to answer earlier, is there an automatic mechanism?