One of the challenges I have found in personal productivity solutions is a propensity to limit the options I have in how I want to structure the organization of my information. The notebook metaphor so commonly used by productivity tools often follows too closely to their real world counterparts. For some reason, in many cases, the decision was made that when you have a piece of information you put it into a notebook to keep it organized. One notebook. No more, no less. Why?
- Springs shared between project notebooks and customer notebooks
- Collaborative notebooks and archive notebooks for backing up information
- Using notebooks for process flow of notes
- Combining notebooks and tags for rapid and comprehensive organization of notes
- Sharing of content between private and public notebooks