I’ve started using Tinderbox to manage my meetings and notes and have developed a pretty robust process. One thing I’m finding is that I would like to be able to see and edit the attributes of the parent folder (i.e. the shell of the meeting) while I’m working on notes inside the container (i.e. the notes about the meeting). See the image below.
- I have a meeting container, I click into it
- I add notes about the meeting
- I’d like to able to click a hotkey and display and edit the attributes of the parent (I’ve mocked this up in the image)
I’m wondering if this ever might be possible.