It is just coincidental but it feels like whenever I get on a roll with my note-taking, the brain decides it's time to synchronize. This can take far longer than I want to be interrupted for. I can't see where the synchronization timing is controlled. Is there a setting for this? If not, could one be implemented?
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The fact that the sync window interrupts your work in the first place is already acknowleged as a bug.
It's the main reason now why I rarely touch the Android version.

There is no setting for this, might be useful to have one, though. Mainly the interruption needs to go away, though.

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This is a known issue for Android.  Issue that it interrupts/blocks the application during sync and a Feature Request to be able to turn sync on/off.  Both are documented.

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