Hi, I just started using TB but have a long history with DT. I have read a lot but am still really trying to figure out TB and know basically nothing, so excuse me in advance.
I have a ton of tags in DT. I would like to organize them in TB, which I can do manually, e.g. just creating a note/container for every tag on my own. But what I need help with is this part - can I drag a note into tinderbox and have it automatically become part of the containers that correspond with its tags? is this the best way to do this? I’m writing a book, and the ultimate goal is to see how all the tags relate to each other and which documents fall w/in them as I’m writing.
Another much less important question - is there a way to see on a map a heirachy of all the tag names w/o using the container view – in other words, not having to open a container to see the children/grandchildren – but still using the individual tags as containers for the articles they include? so if a is the parent to b, i would prefer to not see b w/in container a. i’d like to just see a and b linked on a map with some indication (on the outline as well) that b is a’s child. (my impression is that it is possible using agents?) but if i drag an article from DT tagged w/ a, i would like to see the note w/in container a.
If that makes no sense, please ignore the second question. (If its impossible, i understand that too.) the first one is way more important to me! thanks!