Michael Hyatt 17 Posted April 29, 2011 Share Posted April 29, 2011 I think I am still going through a paradigm shift with Evernote. I am moving from my formerly hierarchical file structure to a more flat file structure with tags. Here's where I need some advise.I am a speaker. I travel extensively for my speaking engagements. With each engagement, I will have:[*:2v7hoifl]Notes from Pre-Event Call with Sponsor[*:2v7hoifl]Correspondance with Sponsor (mostly email)[*:2v7hoifl]Speaking Contract (PDF)[*:2v7hoifl]Speech Outline[*:2v7hoifl]Copy of Payments and Reimbursements Received (PDF)[*:2v7hoifl]Speaking Details (PDF)[*:2v7hoifl]Invoice for Expenses[*:2v7hoifl]ReceiptsI need to be able to get to all these items for a single engagement easily. It seems like I have two options:[*:2v7hoifl]Create a separate notebook for each engagement, with all of my individual notes collected into a stack.[*:2v7hoifl]Create a separate notebook for all engagements and use tags to distinguish each event. In other words, a specific event could be tagged with three tags, “speaking,” “2011.05.06.” and “Catalyst, Dallas.”Which approach is best? Am I missing another approach? What naming convention should I use on the individual note titles?Thanks in advance for your advise! Link to comment
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