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Notes and Todos in Chronological order


#1

Is it possible to view notebooks in Chronological order (time dependent manner)?
Does this feature exist or is it possible to add it in future releases?

Thank you for your time!


#2

Not notebooks, but all notes and to-do.

Thank you


#3


#4

Thank you very much for your response. I am sorry that my post was not clear. I meant I want to view all the notes in the chronological order without sorted in notebooks. Then I can easily find the recent notes or to-do at a glance. Excuse me again for your time.


#5

I don’t think I understand what you mean. If you don’t want to use notebbooks, don’t use them.


#6

Thank you again for your response. I would like to use notebooks. But in some case, I would like to view all the notes and to-do in all the notebooks in one space in chronological order.
By the way, are there any way to use notes without sorting into notebooks?


#7

Ah, you want something like a virtual folder that shows all notes. Hmm, technically it should be possible rather easily, but I don’t think it’s really that useful. But maybe @laurent sees it differently.

On the other side a virtual folder to link to the last edited 50 notes could be useful. As a history so to speak. Everything more than that might be a real performance killer.


#8

That what I meant! Last 50 notes will be nice idea and will be very useful.

I can not make a new note without sorting to the notebooks. After making a new note to a notebook and drag it to Notebooks (red arrow in the photo), it seems that I could move it, but I can not find it anywhere. When I search it, I can find it. Where does the note go?


#9

Woa. This seems like a bug. You shouldn’t be able to move a note to the Notebooks item. It is not a folder.

You should open an issue in github.

@laurent, what do you think?