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  1. I'm definitely impressed by your mastery in master notes. The cascading of master note is a mesmerizing approach and key to any dashboard design, I guess. But it takes a lot of thinking beforehand, doesn't it? Worth a try for a complete Evernote relaunch over Christmas maybe 😄
  2. interesting! the Open Actions are the same as Next Actions in GTD-terminology, I guess. But how do you make them come from different projects into this very notebook?
  3. Would love to see the second layer behind the dashboard. Are there notes listed in table of contents?
  4. looks more like a website to me...wouldn't meet my needs in keeping track of specific 'next actions' e.g.
  5. The Eisenhower matrix is indeed a very clear template for a Dashboard note. But how does the 'Get focused' section work? Are these links, too? Or just a checklist to remind you of what to focus on?
  6. I'm non eligible for a contest and I wouldn't even know how to participate in the contest. I've seen the contributions and read the discussion, but I still have no clue how to set up a Dashboard like the ones presented here. From what I understood, Dashboards are notes with a structure (roughly a particular arrangement of table columns) and embedded links to other notes, right? But what if I want to monitor not only particular notes, but notebooks? As far as I know it's not possible to link notebooks, is it?
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