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About Crochetgeek2010

  1. I add to the plea for nested folders on stacks. I have a stack for training, then general certification stuff, then my MCSA, Yes I have a tags in place, I could just start folders for each exam name under the training stack, Logic in the ADHD brain says tree structure - training should be geek and non geek. I would rather have training --> MCSA server --> 70-410, 70-411 and 70-412. Then have training --> MCSE server/cloud --> 70-413, 70-414, 70-246 and 70-247. Then I could comfortably add other training aka ITIL and product training for work. Tags are useful, but when you want just certain info in a single spot w/o a lot of searching. You could compare this to onenote Stack is the actual file, folders are top tabs, what I want is the useful side tabs aka chapters in the book. at work I have generic tabs at top and then the tabs on side are for single key points aka product points. for my studying I have an MCSE/MSCA Note book -aka stack, I have tabs each exam and general ones too, then on the right I have pages for each chapter reading or training course. Since Evernote helps me orginize my entire life I need the opportunity to have stuff a layer or two deeper. I would also love to see the ability to password protect single folders, such as a journal folder. Tags are nice but many of us organize our lives around a tree structure, Tags are great because you can use them across folders. That is just my opinion. Thank you Laura
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