I have recently decided to give replacing notebooks with a Samsung Galaxy Tab s6 a go - I am excited to gague the state of our technology.
A tablet may still be marginally less technically advanced than a black piece of paper, but it has the distinct advantage of being able to tag and organize every single page.
Here is my first hiccup: While the "Categories" function in Samsung Notes is a cute first step, I require the ability to create several sub-sections in order to efficiently organize my notes.
-> [Archived Notes]
-> [Active Notes]
---->[Client interaction Q3:18]
---->[Client interaction Q2:19]
---->[Client interaction Q4:19]
----->[Organized Overview Status Q4:19]
----->[Suggestions Future Action]
----->[Comments from analysis]
Ideally I would like to be able to tag each note with several tags (and organize those tags in a hierarchy), but a folder structure with the ability to create infinite sub-folders would also be useful.
Does anyone know if such a system is intended to be added to notes, or if there exists an app that allows you to freely take notes (preferably in vector format with a selection of pens/highlighters) and organize them in an infinite hierarchy?
We're not able to recommend third party apps we're afraid @HJLF, but did you know you can send feedback directly to our Developers through the Samsung Members app? Go to Apps > Samsung Members > Get help > Send feedback.