Better note organization: sub-notebooks/folders, labels/tags, etc.
Provide a way to better organize notes, beyond the current notebook organization. This could be done with nested notebooks or folders, labels for notes, sections, chapters, etc.
Mordecai-Mark Mac Low commented
To handle serious professional notetaking over long periods this is absolutely necessary toyhandle the hundreds of files resulting.
I love the interface and would use Papyrus exclusively except for the inability to organise notebooks into groups. Until that's an option, I'll continue to use S-Note.
Timy Yoga commented
-> just like S-Notes, the built-in apps of Samsung Galaxy Notes
-> provide means to add tags, and hence can search them to find out all related notes!
Best if also a search function to search titles easily!
The absence of this features is a deal-breaker for me. Any other decent note-taking program (including S Note and LectureNotes) lets you organize your notebooks using folders. While this app is great for note-taking, it is practically useless for *organizing* notes, meaning I simply can't use the app. This should be an easy feature to add. *Please* add it!!
Greg Holst commented
This is a duplicate idea. See
Jack Fisher commented
sub-folders or tags/filtering
I agree, very important and the only reason I'm still using S-Note.
Tony Lu commented
Yes, more options to organise note and shuffle individual pages is needed.
Stefan Weinzierl commented
Additionally I'd suggest more options to show the pages / notebooks eg details, list etc.
Matt Roelle commented
This is the feature that differentiates Papyrus for me from a well done app to a killer app I could not be without.
Please. Really need to tag notes, or at least a similar feature is a must.
Emil Zimmermann commented
Please implement this.Thanks
Guillaume Seguin commented
Other apps like Skitch and Quill have it. It is a killer feature, would pay for it.
J A commented
needed greatly. benefit of digitized notes is search, but without ocr or tags, very difficult to search notes. should be able to tag any page/section within a notebook.
It would be great to have subnotebooks or folder. At least one level is not enought for me
jason Lee commented
also agree your idea...