I usually organize my notes systematically, forming a hierarchy.
As you can see in Supernotes’ graph view, notes form a tree structure. There are cases where there is content in the middle of the tree, but there are many cases where it is not.
In this case, I have to look at a completely empty note on my way to a particular note from the Outline, and this experience does not help me find the information I want, but it also puts pressure on me to write something down in the middle note.
If there is a function to take and show the contents of the child note(s) when a note has only title and no body but its child note(s) exists, I think it will significantly help eliminate the pressure or disappointing experience above!