Containers in my daily use of Tinderbox hold notes for a specific project or task. Since I have many small projects running in parallel I find it useful to not only retrieve notes that have been created say this week or this month using agents and the dashboard principle, but also which projects i.e. containers have contents that have changed.
I’m wondering what actions within a container holding notes leads to an update of the
$Modified attribute ? For instance consider the following simplified case of a container with 4 notes. Adding a new note “Note 5” will not update
$Modified date and time.
I suspect the only trigger to generate an update in $Modified is to make a change to the container note itself using a rule or edict that checks the container contents leading to a new, more recent