Thanks, thats one way to use the tags.
But we use tags for identifying work business tasks, taking it to completion on the task and attaching important docs for reference. IN the repeat template notebook, which is each ANNUAL notebook, there can be over 150 tasks. So this way we keep a template fresh, for the next year. We also as a business limit tags, to a maximum of 4 per note, but we do have one extra, to identify if a new annual task, so it can be picked up at end of year. Otherwise our tags are structured in 4s for each note. 1. CAT (for category of business dealing with) with manager allocation 2. Product type talking about 3. P&L accounts reference - help where it sits in accounts (helps inform and aid managers in their decision making) 4. Task - type of task being done or delegated.
The 4 category tagging therefore helps, delegation (responsibility) and cross manager searching, since information may be required across the organisation by different managers. Also we have several annual notebooks - which are run by different managers. . It's about ensuring all legal / accounting tasks are completed each year without fail. And the systemisation of the system allows cross working and searching. So works well for us. This is for Business Evernote. Of course we have separate notebooks for non-reoccurring tasks, treated differently.
Hope that helps