How do you organize data in Evernote?


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Request to the Evernote user and analogue — tell us how you break the information within these systems?


Use separate notebooks?

Do you use tags?

If Yes, then on what basis: "one tag to a note", "the more — the better"?

Break if the tags on the principle of subsidiary/parent?


Thank you!
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I information break only for tags, separate notebooks do not use. One notes in my notebook can be a lot of tags (Sometimes even very much :))
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My principle use is as follows. There is a small set of notebooks on the topics "Work", "Accesses", "Dump", "Recipes" and a few more. A very broad and global topics. Then using tag I break more deeply. Ie, for example, now I work on a new project to create a website for the company "Vasya Pupkin to", I make CLEAR to ME the tag and all the records on this project go to the Notepad, "Work" tag of the project. And if it is a letter from the hosting provider for this site, he goes into the category of "Access" with the same tag of the project. I hope the analogy and thought process clear. The main thing is to give obvious names for yourself name. Then you can make a selection on the topic (Notebooks) or for a specific logical entities (Daegu). IMHO.
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I don't use tags at all. The notebooks are divided thematically — for example, "psychology", "vebdev", "gtd 0 — right now." Search saves always.
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Similarly, only use separate notebooks, tags did not stick.
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