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I've been a casual user of Evernote for several years, but have never really got the hang of how to organise my stuff in it. With the subscription changes last year, I ponied up for a paid-for account, and since then have making more of an effort to use it effectively. However, I am still struggling with how best to organise things in Evernote. I frequently find myself wanting to have another tier of structure, below a notebook and above a note. I have searched through these forums, and see a lot of people saying that isn't necessary, because you can do it all with tags, but I haven't yet found anyone saying *how* to do that. Here's a particular scenario. I take a bunch of adult education classes. I am trying to have an Evernote stack which is all of my personal classes. Each class has a notebook. But I want a division below that, because otherwise I just end up with an unstructured mess of notes, clippings, web pages, PDFs, etc in that notebook that I can’t find my way around. For example, in my current Corpus Linguistics notebook (class), I want a section that contains tips and notes and manuals about how to use the software tools we use on the class. I can’t make them a single note, because I want/need to be able to clip various different web pages and stuff to refer to, and I can’t see how it’s possible to structure a note to have lots of web pages clipped into it. Or should I be using the notebook as my section, so that every class has, say a dozen notebooks – one for each week or topic of the course, another one for software notes and manuals, and another for reading? In that case the class would become a stack, but what do I then use as a level about the stack? Where is the “shelf” where my all my different class stacks live? Any suggestions on how to create the structure I want using the note->book->stack limitation, plus tags?
I would like to create subnotebooks, and/or move notebooks under other notebooks.