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  1. English : I know that a GTD system must remain as simple as possible but for me it is the minimum required. DTLow: Yes I already used a similar organization but it quickly overflowed the screen and quickly became illegible : It is true that my need is hard to pin down when one has never thought of it so thoroughly. Tell me if I can bring more details. ============================================================================= Original : Merci encore pour toutes vos réponses. Je sais qu'un système GTD doit rester le plus simple possible mais pour moi c'est vraiment le minimum requis. DTLow : Oui j'ai déja utiliser une organisation similaire mais cela débordait vite de l'écran et devenais très vite illisible : Il est vrai que mon besoin est difficile à cerner lorsque l'on y avais jamais pensé de manière aussi poussée. Dites moi si je peux apportez plus de détails.
  2. Omfg is a will not to put it you think? See my post for more informations :
  3. English (please excuse me for my bad english) : Thank you all for your answers. Thanks Csihilling, It's a great idea to ask for the drop-down menu to open. But I want to add many contexts for this organization to work alone. I also made sure to name my tags with the first word most inspiring, followed by brackets of all the synonyms I am likely to use according to my mood of the moment. For example "1.4- Process (Instructions|Tutoriels |Cours|Procédures |Recettes|Leçons|Lecons)". The only hack that I found for the moment to maintain a minimum of clarity when adding his tags would be to do this kind of organization: (It will still have to remember the number by which the tag begins research...) And in case of change of future organization it will be necessary to re-modify each tag (a huge work ...) An image better than a thousand words: (See the original version just below) ============================================================================== Original : Je vous remercie tous pour vos réponses. Merci Csihilling, C'est une très très bonne idée pour appelé le menu déroulant à s'ouvrir. Mais je souhaite ajouter beaucoup trop de contextes pour que cette organisation fonctionne seule. Je fais également en sorte de nommé mes balises avec en premier le mot m'inspirant le plus, suivit entre parenthèses de tous les synonymes que je suis susceptible d'employer selon mon humeur du moment. Pour exemple "1.4- Process (Instructions|Tutoriels |Cours|Procédures |Recettes|Leçons|Lecons)". Seule bidouillage que j'ai trouvé pour l'instant pour maintenir un minimum de clarté lorsque l'on ajoute ses tags serait de faire ce genre d'organisation : (Il faudra tout de même toujours retenir de tête le nombre par lequel commence le tag recherché...) Et en cas de changement d'organisation futur il faudras re-modifier chaque tag (un travail énorme...) Une image vaux mieux que mille mots :
  4. Hello My problem : When we want to add a tag to our notes we must obligatorily type exactly each character of the latter and do not forget one. --------------Example-------------- For the tag "1.1- Next Actions" We are obliged to type the numbers "1.1-" ---------------------------------------- --------------- Solutions ---------------------------- 1- The best solution to deploy is to allow the recognition of the tag that we want to add even if we do not want to type the first character that composes it --------------Example-------------- To be able to add the tag "1.1- Next Actions" by simply typing "next" or "next action" and Evernote would detect that we are talking about the tag "1.1- Next Actions". ---------------------------------------- 2- Allow us to decide the location of the labels manually rather than necessarily in alphabetical order by obliging us to create systems composed of numberings --------------Example-------------- 1.1- Waiting 2.1- Now 2.2 Next Actions ---------------------------------------- I do not understand if the feature was present in the later releases why have it removed? O_O '
  5. Hello I researched the forum because I think exactly the same as you. I do not understand if the feature was present in the later releases why have it removed? O_O ' I would even go beyond: When we want to add a tag to our notes we must obligatorily type exactly each character of the latter and do not forget one. --------------Example-------------- For the tag "1.1- Next Actions" We are obliged to type the numbers "1.1-" ---------------------------------------- --------------- Solutions ---------------------------- 1- The best solution to deploy is to allow the recognition of the tag that we want to add even if we do not want to type the first character that composes it --------------Example-------------- To be able to add the tag "1.1- Next Actions" by simply typing "next" or "next action" and Evernote would detect that we are talking about the tag "1.1- Next Actions". ---------------------------------------- 2- Allow us to decide the location of the labels manually rather than necessarily in alphabetical order by obliging us to create systems composed of numberings --------------Example-------------- 1.1- Waiting 2.1- Now 2.2 Next Actions ----------------------------------------
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