It’s great to hear there’s progress forthcoming.
But I would like to add that product management is a really key influencer in growing the customer base by ensuring priorities are carefully measured. For example …
A feature such as bold/italic text, while needed and certainly expected, is just one feature. In contrast - stark contrast actually - is a string method like Split() which has vast and deep-reaching impact on the ability to create new features and solve many data management challenges. Split() would resolve more than two dozen “feature” shortcomings of the product.
Product management should have ranked the importance of Split() (which was requested a full half-decade ago) well above a web clipper and perhaps more critical than bold/italic text.
This is the difference between features that help and features that help people help themselves, the latter of which tend to be boundless.