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Show shortcuts list vertically

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I want to see shortcuts-list vertically like iOS app.
 
 

And I want to make folders in shortcuts-list.

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You can place a vertical shortlist in the top of the left panel either by right clicking among the shortcuts, or in Options under Navigation.

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16 hours ago, gustavgi said:

You can place a vertical shortlist in the top of the left panel by right clicking among the shortcuts.

Oh, really?!

I didn't know that. Thank you.

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Surely, I can view shortcuts vertically...

But it doesn't work well for me. ?

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25 minutes ago, natu said:

Surely, I can view shortcuts vertically...

But it doesn't work well for me. ?

[Reason]

I've been managing 116 shortcuts now.

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[Conclusion]

So I need more easy feature to organize, like bookmark manager.

I want the More Powerful feature to organize ideas!! than “shortcut”, “notebooks”, “tags”.

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to Organize feeling lead you happy.

Improve mindset, Hack yourself.

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4 hours ago, natu said:

I've been managing 116 shortcuts now.

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[Conclusion]

 So I need more easy feature to organize, like bookmark manager.

I can see juggling this many shortcuts is a problem.
I suggest you post a second feature request for a shortcut hierarchy.

In the meantime, I recommend you use saved searches and a structured naming standard
For example: Grammar - Sentence - Imitate Examples 

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11 hours ago, DTLow said:

I suggest you post a second feature request for a shortcut hierarchy.

Oh, that's right.

I'm happy if I have shortcut + bookmark:)

11 hours ago, DTLow said:

In the meantime, I recommend you use saved searches and a structured naming standard

Some notes are already structured.

And those are big note, so I need much energy to manage.

So I can't apply the way to many note.

 

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Thanks for the advices!!

Peace.

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I run with a lot of shortcuts myself too.... what I did is create 'empty tags' that I can use as shortcut separators.  I add those to the shortcuts (yes creating more 'shortcuts'), but I have them styled bold, purple and with a "--| SHORTCUT LIST NAME".  See screen shot for examples... I have them broken down into sections - tasks, resource type tasks, location tasks, client details, work details etc.  It works for me for now - although I do wish Evernote would let me have collapsible 'stacks' of shortcuts.1023407438_en-shortcutdividers.thumb.png.a991c95611471cc85481da48ac23d615.png

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5 minutes ago, ej8899 said:

create 'empty tags'.

See screen shot for examples...

It works for me for now

although I do wish Evernote would let me have collapsible 'stacks' of shortcuts

Oh, genius...

Thank you for giving me the example.

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It's beautiful & informative.

It's made with the categorized structure.

 

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