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everyxnewxday

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  1. Awesome reply. You should be working, or at least consulting for evernote. My main deal is that I don't like having to remember every tag that something should have. If I had a pop up list of check marked, hierarchical tags that could be set to automatically apply tags higher up the hierarchy that would be awesome. I'm a very visual person and really want some sort of visual hierarchy of tags in the clip to evernote window and the ability quickly check them off instead of typing, arrowing, tabbing, etc.
  2. I'm not going into the philosophical reasons that I want sub-notebooks, but just know that for what I'm doing and for how my brain works I would really appreciate it if they were added. Keep all the good tagging stuff too, but just give me a concrete place to stash stuff quickly. I decided to post here because I was actually trying to use Evernote today - trying to set up my note structure and become a consistent user (and likely future suscriber) - but became frustrated with my growing list of tags. I kept wishing there was a way to make a sub-notebook. I KNEW there must be a way because it seemed like such a basic UI feature. I couldn't find it anywhere and consulted google only to find out that there are no sub-notebooks. I think of those multi-section divided notebooks that I used in high school. I keep each subject in a section of the notebook. Each day I easily flip open to the correct section and write my notes in the section that belongs to that class. When it comes time for a test everything is there, in order, and easy to find. Now, say I have to write a paper for another class that incorporates things I've learned in several classes. I tear out all the pages I need from various classes that are about the same subject and put them in a 3 ring binder to write my paper. This is how I would like to use sub-folders and tags. I know that with work I could do that with tags alone, but I think that this is how it works in so many other places and just seems natural. Maybe my mind is too feeble to understand the benefits of a "tags only" system, but for me sub-categories just make sense and would be ideal working in conjunction with your powerful tag system. Why not give your users more power by implementing both? So, to sum up... +1
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