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  1. Hi - searched but didn't see anything -- any way to add a note to an existing table of contents without recreating the whole thing? Would it just be a copy note link into the existing TOC?
  2. I'm aware, we can have TOC across multiple notes. What I think is missing is TOC within a note. Useful when you're using EN to write long document/documentation/planning etc. What I propose is something like most Word processing documents do. To be able to generate a TOC based on the different Heading styles used. H1 as the top level, H2 a sub level of H1 and so on. Probably up to 4 levels.
  3. Hi all, I've already known that evernote support us to create table of content, link to another notes. But if I want to create table of content, link to inside current note (Such as MS Word, ...), what should I do? Thanks!
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