I’m pondering the following:
Wetting my feet a little more, ideas start racing and searching for fullfilment…
On page 16 of Getting Started.pdf, Talking about Hierarchy…
- I realise that notes are ordered by creation time/date, eldest being the 1st.
- Also, in Outline view, we can hoist, move up / down etc, hereby changing the outline order
How to best go about when I want to reflect or create the order of e.g. a book, with its, parts, chapters, paragraphs etc hierarchy?
Is there any way to add or auto-add (agent?) some way of multi level numbering?
What I’m thinking of too, is that if you want to create hierarchy, you need to use containers, at multiple levels to create the hierarchy.
But how then, to keep all visible and maniable in a map view???
This leads me to a minor 2nd question:
I_s there any way or keyb shortcut to ‘centre’ or focus a ‘container’ around its notes?_
Often I create a container, add a note, then one level up, you can’t see the note or notes inside the container…
Is there any way to link text to a note?
Look at the image attached. I have dragged the ToC of ‘Getting Started’ into a note. I then create notes about all the individual items. It would be swell if I could connect a note to its ToC counterpart…
This could, the other way round also be a usable way to determine the hierarchical numbering of an item…