Dynamic Tag Summary Page


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tmptplayer

I posted a question first to see if this exists (see question discussion with
same title) but from what I've gathered it doesn't exist.

It would be nice to have a feature to insert a dynamically created and
refreshable table that contains an index of tagged items. Pretty much the
same as the "Create Summary Page" option when you go to Tag->Show All Tagged
Notes, except that the items don't show up as duplicate questions, and are
links to the original source. This way you can create an index of either
critical items or questions that you can print out and easily reference in
the end without having duplicates show up in the search afterwards.

Thanks!

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Rainald Taesler

tmptplayer said:
I posted a question first to see if this exists (see question
discussion with same title) but from what I've gathered it doesn't
exist.

It would be nice to have a feature to insert a dynamically created
and refreshable table that contains an index of tagged items.
Pretty much the same as the "Create Summary Page" option when you
go to Tag->Show All Tagged Notes, except that the items don't show
up as duplicate questions, and are links to the original source.
This way you can create an index of either critical items or
questions that you can print out and easily reference in the end
without having duplicates show up in the search afterwards.

You may post this as a suggestion for the next version in "Connect",
the place for submitting suggestions and bug reports to the developers
team:
http://connect.microsoft.com/onenote/

When done, pls drop a note with the URL in here so that we can jump in
and vote for your suggestion

Rainald
 
M

mtbcpa

I think I follow your issue, and have posed the same question here:

http://groups.google.com/group/micr...f0d8a9dcb84?lnk=gst&q=mtbcpa#7d4a2f0d8a9dcb84

I would love to be able to tag pages and be able to see a tag list or
tag cloud or something. There is a free program/web service called
evernote.com that does this, very well. I like the interface of
onenote better, but if tagging is something you want to do this may be
better. I really think tagging has to be a basic function for anyone
who is collecting and referencing information. I would assume it is
in the works in the next version - I would be amazed if it is not.

There is an add-on to one-note that will automatically create a table
of contents based on the titles of the pages in your notebook, I think
you can get it here:

http://myitforum.com/cs2/blogs/socal/archive/2008/03/30/onenote-powertoys.aspx

I think a macro or something would be great that would look for some
trigger like the text "tags:" and then assumed all of the words
separated by spaces after that trigger were tags, and created a
hyperlinked summary page. This would be a great solution.
 
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