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wilmoore

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  1. After looking at your use-case, I've started to like the regex search better. This would allow you to define a tag like: US[Massachussets][boston] (use whatever delimiters you like) Then use a regex to find: US[.*][boston] (find all notes regarding US cities called Boston regardless of state) US[Oregon][.*] (find all notes regarding every city in Oregon) NOTE: Keep in mind that the [ and ] would need to be escaped otherwise, you'd have to pick another delimiter (i.e. US::Massachussets::Boston).
  2. I've edited my original post to better clarify.
  3. It also seems like the end result could also be achieved by adding a "relationship" feature. A "relationship" feature might allow a two-way connection between notes (based on internal object ID of note so note renaming doesn't mess up the linkage) -- think Jira links. From what I can tell, a "relationship" feature would help achieve the same as tag-inheritance but enable even more usage-scenarios. That being said, if tag search allowed regular expressions, we'd have the flexibility to come up with a hierarchical tag structure that would allow us to come up with our own strategies without adding too many features to evernote's core.
  4. This feature request is to add a more robust linking feature. An example of this might be the Jira issue tracking system where you are allowed to create multiple links per issue; however, for each link, you can specify what "TYPE" of link you are adding. For example, one might add a link that is categorized as "related". This means, the link between two issues (i.e. notes in the case of Evernote) links them in terms of them being related to one another. Another type of link can be categorized as one issue being dependent on another. The "dependent" link in Evernote would make sense in terms of task oriented notes. For Evernote, the "related" link could also play a part in informing the "Related Notes" feature. Currently, I'm not sure how this feature infers "Related Notes"; however, being able to have some influence over it would be a nice bonus. Real World Use Case: Writing a book series. Each book in the series has it's own note. The top-level book series note should contain a link pointing to each book in the series. For example, if there are 5 books in the series, the main note should contain 5 "related" links. Similar Request: http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/40634-suggestion-to-link-notes-between-them
  5. I would suggest: Add a "render as" combo list (drop down) to the client (i.e. select "render as Github flavored Markdown"). Add a "edit in external editor" button (i.e. "edit in Vim"). Profit by making your hardcore (and loyal) users happy. Alternatively: Wait until some enterprising full-stack developer and designer combo pair up to build your clone promoted via Kickstarter. It certainly won't be me; I'm happy with my day job and I know how much work this would be. That said, how long until some hungry and talented team catches on?
  6. I would like to note my support for sub-notebooks or some alternative workflow that allows the user to accomplish the same. There was a suggestion in this thread that outlined what seems to be a usable solution. viewtopic.php?f=30&t=7344&hilit=organizing+notebooks&start=50#p33226 I also posted a feature request that offer yet another potential solution. viewtopic.php?f=37&t=8766
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