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  1. Completely understand and agree with Karetep, with two points to add: 1) When it comes to shared notebook with different departments in the organisation, it's a TEAM TAXONOMY ENGINES. It's like boasting the associative brain power of the team! 2) If there can be something a Dynamic Tag-Cloud where, upon selecting on certain tag(s) and seeing the list of all the notes that has that tag(s), the tag-cloud would then automatically changes in such a way that it displays all the other tags that are associated with all the resulting notes. It's like the one in Leap (by ironicsoft) I would use such tag-cloud for 3 functions: 1. to narrow down my search (by filtering out notes that do not have all of the tags that I select) 2. to bring out the existing but hidden associations between notes that one may not even realise otherwise. It's kind of like the new "context" function, only this is determined by the network of tags used by individual, or by a team or family (in case of the using of a shared notebook) 3. to create saved searches, something like the smart folders in OS X. see: https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/64741-tags-cloud/
  2. It would be great to have a dynamic tag-cloud where: upon selecting on certain tag(s) and seeing the list of all the notes that has that tag(s), the tag-cloud would then automatically changes in such a way that it displays all the other tags that are associated with all the resulting notes. It's like the one in Leap (by ironicsoft) I would use such tag-cloud for 3 functions: 1. to narrow down my search (by filtering out notes that do not have all of the tags that I select) 2. to bring out the existing but hidden associations between notes that one may not even realise otherwise. It's kind of like the new "context" function, only this is determined by the network of tags used by individual, or by a team or family (in case of the using of a shared notebook) 3. to create saved searches, something like the smart folders in OS X. am I making any sense to anyone here?
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