A basic TB question which I (vexingly) cannot solve on my own (checked this forum and the TbREf website). Creating links between notes is a basic functionality provided by TB. I’m using it currently to help document how I deal with tasks in essence by:
- Defining a Task prototype with attributes such as $Checked, $context, $activity etc…
- Defining an $OnAdd action for the Task prototype which ensures that all notes added to the task will have the prototype Notes, that relevant attributes are copied from the parent Task note to the new Notes child note and finally the child note is linked to the parent.
This works well. It allows me to find notes via the Task hierarchy, using Agent queries and/or relevant TB views such as Attribute View. The link ensures that any note found can be traced back via the link to the parent task.
My question is “Is there a way to follow links in the Outline view”. In Map view this straightforward clicking on the link circles connected to the note. In Outline view I can create new links using the link parking space but cannot find a way to jump around the hierarchy based on the existing note to note links. I must be missing something here.
I’ve uploaded a simple example for reference. TaskHierarchy.tbx (56.1 KB)
Thanks in advance for any help