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  1. I sort of agree with Crispinb on this one, but I need to be able to drag copies of tags under notebooks, so that the same tag can appear under more than one notebook. Then it looks like sub-folders. : - +NOTEBOOKS Notebook1 ______data ______notes ______tips-tricks Notebook2 ______data ______notes ______tips-tricks +TAGS application assembly construction data notes tips-tricks Surely this wouldn't be hard to do . . since there seems to be a pseudo-hierarchical tag thing working already? Keep everything as it is. Just allow tags to be located under notebooks.
  2. There are no 'containers'. Its all an abstract concept. You could think of 'Notebooks' as tags too. Your notes are a continuous ribbon. Even on a desktop file system like XP your stuff is scattered all over the hard drive and the 'container folders' you perceive is a just labelling system. Re-badge the hierarchical tags as 'smart folders' and make them behave properly and everyone is happy?
  3. It seems to me that tagging does already offer the functionality of sub-notebooks. It sjust a matter of interface and presentation IMHO. Here is my idea to provide sub-notebook functionality without altering the basic existing architecture of Evernote. ALLOW COPIES OF TAGS TO BE POSITIONED BESIDE THE NOTEBOOKS!!! This will make it look like there are sub-notebooks. Summary : - Tags draggable to Notebooks (new behaviour) Notes dragged to a Notebook get assigned to the Notebook (existing behaviour) Notes dragged to a Notebook's Tag get assigned to the Notebook AND its Tag (new behaviour) Notes d
  4. I am reading all this with great interest! The problem would be solved (for me at least) if dragging to a sub-tag applied the parent tag too. Tags are good and powerful because you can use the same tags in multiple notebooks, but it makes no sense to present them as sub-tags without them inheriting the parent tag . . as previous posters have said. Can someone remind me the subtle difference in functionality between dragging a note to a tag as against a tag to a note?
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