The website homepage is clean and non-cluttered which is generally positive as it means that the majority of the space is reserved for content. I feel though, that a short introduction to the platform itself would be useful on the main page.
The footer of the page could do with some more improvements as well, for example contact information, links to social media accounts and similar is commonly found (and therefor looked for) in the footer area.
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The text editor for making new items is simple and works, but with very little explanations and no guide or tutorial many users will find it difficult to use. It doesn't seem to be able to do embedding of other content, like images, audio or video.
On a sidenote, the editor offers headers by the name of H1, H2 and H3, which for the HTML-savvy users might feel really weird, given that they have known uses and H1 should already be set by the contents title.
The wallet offers the basic functionality. There are options to deposit and withdraw, it uses the common 12-word backup mechanic but it doesn't disclose the derivation path which means using it will be hit-n-miss depending on what wallet you want to import it to. There's significant warnings about beta quality and while I don't see anything in the frontend that justifies that warning - it's still a very good thing to have for a new product until it has matured and seen proper peer use.
After a quick test and looking over how it works, my conclusion is that while this is a work-in-progress and there's likely going to be issues during the beta period, the overall experience is good.
For my personal use, the lack of image and video embeds, as well as the somewhat quirky out-of-the-way editor, means I will not be using this service yet. What would be desirable for me personally is markdown support - there's so far no editor out there that I've used that beats the user experience of markdown for those who already use markdown extensively elsewhere, like on discord, telegram or github/gitlab.