Users used to be able to mark a note as public, then share a link to the note. The benefit was that the users could link other people to a piece of their knowledge with a URL. This feature was dropped with an introduction of e2e encryption.
In a personal knowledge base, linking to a note could be useful when communicating with others. On the other hand, such feature will require Dnote to store plaintext on the server. Because a cryptosystem is as strong as its weakest part, storing plaintext can become a point of exploit.
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