Matcha try to differentiate between a regular document and a note by checking on it's title. A note will always have time stamp and optional location as it's title. If you add a custom title, it's classified as regular document where timestamp and location is not important.
This is why note and regular document is displayed differently in Matcha. A special shortcut Daily Notes is created to display all notes chronologically.
The disadvantage of this approach is that you can't add title to a note and keep showing it's timestamp and location. But this can be resolved by adding a heading to replace title.
The advantage is a more simple workflow. Whenever you want to write or capture something, just create a new document and Matcha will automatically add a timestamp and location (planned). Everything else is optional. This will make Matcha a great journaling system. Then if it isn't a note, but some kind of document such as chapter draft, blog post, to-do list, user guide, etc., then just add appropriate title. Time stamp and location are not important for those kind of documents.
This is why timestamp and location will only visible in document list for notes only. Other attributes such as tags, folder could be added easily.