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D P

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  1. Hi all, I came across Evernote recently while searching for a replacement to "Anynotes" that would work on the iphone. I am extremely impressed with this suite and decided to register on the forum to add my two cents to this discussion & my name to the list of those requesting subfolders. I believe the addition of subfolders would add a greater level of organisation to all and particularly those who structure their notes/work/life(!) in this way. I also use tags in other web 2.0 apps, but do believe there is a limitation in their lack of structure (FYI - Flickr as an example now offers both structures). Putting notes into a tree-like store is intuitive to those who use digital and paper files in the office every day. The ability to have a collapsible directory of notes would make navigating this system on an regular basis much faster and far more user-friendly. For myself, I keep 3 notebooks (Work, Personal, Property) and maintain a structure within each. So for me to store a detail of an advert I have placed, in my head - the structure is as follows..... Work ^--------Business 1 .................^-----------1.Purchasing .................^-----------2.Processing ....................................^-----------Advertising ........................................................^-----------Newspaper ..........................................................................^-----------Financial Times (Putting notes in here for example) .................^-----------3.Sales ^--------Business 2 ^--------Business 3 If I was to accurately store a note to the example above, I would have to tag (Business 1, Process, Advertising, Newspaper, Financial Times) just to store it as I need it. As I keep a large number of small notes in such a folder as above, this becomes particularly tedious, where dragging it to a folder in a structure makes things far less time consuming. I hope this could be considered in a future release, even as an option for stuck-in-their-ways type users like me, as I do believe it would set this program apart in terms of functionality and simplicity. Thanks to the creators of the program - keep up the good work. D P
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