Any changes to MN folders & categories?


Lack of communication is indeed an issue for us, and we’ve actually completed the experiments with the data structure revamp you suggest, redefining *.marginset as a packet can solve errors and a host of potential failures caused by separate management of files and notebooks, and can be helpful in resolving synchronization issues.

The list of importance that you have compiled is on the wall in our office and we have never given up on fixing these issues. the lack of constant communication and feedback, and the lack of open roadmap is indeed an important issue for us and we will improve this, sorry for the confusion. The Chinese government network firewall limits the efficiency of access to international sites, and language habits, we mainly through the tickets order system transit access to the international community, after the faulty floor missed the follow-up reminder of this thread, we will make introspection, strengthen the manual review checks to avoid the problem again!
I have also explained in another post! Alternatives to MarginNote?

I don’t know if @jprint is still interested in providing input about these and other MarginNote issues that he raised. I do hope so, given the robust ideas & suggestions provided. In any case, here’s a thought on the issue of folder & categories:

Many users tend to use / convert files from Documents to Study because of the annotation options available in Study. (I still don’t understand the value or utility of Study mode.) In any case, it seems to me that there are folders in the Documents section and categories in the Study section. But I do not understand that logical formulation behind this.

Can someone from @Support-Team explain the reason for this and what organizational framework they had in mind? I would again recommend considering @jprint’s organizational taxonomy / approach, especially in the Study section – which is where most users’ files mostly reside (for reasons I just explained).

Thank you.

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Any further thoughts or developments on this front?

I feel like there are many outstanding requests and queries that have stalled, and many MarginNote users are understandably frustrated with the lack of communication and progress.

Thank you.

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No reply to this one, either.

https://d.marginnote.cn/MarginNote_3.6.16003.app.zip

Hi, guys.

It’s confirmed that the folder design has improved, and now the main problem is that our current workaround doesn’t have a way to integrate into Marginnote3 in the first place. Because this means massive data conversion. Such a big change we need to put in a big version update, i.e. MarginSketch (Or it could be another name.), and will eventually be integrated into Marginote 4. This is something we can guarantee.

Regards.

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Hello, @mobo, this is a recently compiled version that handled the two issues of English hyphens and excerpt font settings.

We have not yet released this version and would like to invite you to download it to confirm it. Thank you for your time.

Regards.

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We realize that Marginote has a lot of room for improvement, but there is a lack of concrete samples and examples within the team.

In fact it’s hard for us to move forward with an idea just by talking about it in the abstract, so if you’re interested, you can join our beta test.

We’re currently working on optimizing the data and UI in general, and have plans to enhance sync and develop online collaboration.

Regards.

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Hi @Edward_Support-Team,

Sounds good. Let me know how to download this new version for testing, and I’ll have a look.

Best regards.

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Just override the installation.

@mobo You can download the update directly from the appstore on IOS platform; the update for Mac is not yet available, you can download the attachment in this link to test it.

Regards.

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