plan title input text: "My New Thought Plan" should be placeholder text not actual text
ORyan McEntire commented
I think the placeholder text is a better option than a modal. The google drive rename modal always bugs the crap out of me.
It would be much faster to just click on the title and if it hasn't been named yet, then just provide a clear input field to start typing right away. If it is already named then you can just edit the text.
This is already the default behavior of an input with placeholder text, so it will be intuitive.
Thanks, Jason. Having a modal like Google Docs open up is an option. I usually try to avoid modals but it might make usage more intuitive in this case. I'll have to try it out.
Jason Shi commented
This is actually relatively standard to what Google Drive and other applications / stuff do. Whenever you make an office document, the name is always New Document, New PowerPoint, etc., so this is not exactly bad.
To improve on the original request, I would suggest having a modal box open upon clicking New Thought Plan with an input that allows you to enter the name of the Thought Plan before you enter it. For the people that can't decide on a name, you can put a "I'll name it later" option that simply sends you to the Thought Plan with the name blank (with the placeholder "My New Thought Plan").
Hey Davide, thanks for posting your feature request! :) I'm guessing this is so you can immediately start typing the name of a newly-created thought plan, right? Definitely want to make this easier in the future.