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Feature Request: Change Note Order / Pin Note


olivermode

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There're lots of notes in my notebook, sometimes if I edit a note, its order will moved upward by the program,

but sometimes I edit the note which is created long time ago, it still remains in the down position,

 

Some of Notes is frequently used and I want to keep them at top position at any time,

So I hope Users can Set Notes' Order Position in the Note List by themselves,

thank you.

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14 minutes ago, olivermode said:

There're lots of notes in my notebook, sometimes if I edit a note, its order will moved upward by the program,
but sometimes I edit the note which is created long time ago, it still remains in the down position,

Some of Notes is frequently used and I want to keep them at top position at any time,
So I hope Users can Set Notes' Order Position in the Note List by themselves,

There are other request posts for the same feature, you can check the posts for work-arounds

Currently, you have sort options for your notes, such as Title, Create Date, Update Date .....
There are additional options if you use list view

If your sequence is Update Date; this explains why your notes are moved upward after editing

You can control the sequence by manipulating the field you're sorting on
For example, set Create Date to 1990-01-01 and it will remain at the top of the list (Create Date Sequence)
Prefix the note title with "-" and it will remain at the top of the list (Title Sequence)

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7 hours ago, olivermode said:

Some of Notes is frequently used and I want to keep them at top position at any time,

For this, I use reminders. In the Windows client, for most note views (excepting the list views), notes with reminders are shown in a separate, collapsible list at the head of the current list of notes. I use this a lot. Moreover, you can also choose to order them by date (they'll show in order of reminder date) or arbitrarily, in which case you can drag and move these notes to whatever order you like.

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