I've just registered for the user forums here, and received an email stating:
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It seems I've been granted membership without fulfilling this requirement, but maybe I'll do so here anyway.
- Right-click on an item and select Favorite. Repeat to remove an item from the Favorites list.
- I create a project folder name & a boolean (y/N) field w the same name
- I create a grid with the project name as it's source of all data (this automatically collects all the data that is identified with the boolean y/n field of the same name)
- I use IQ's excellent clipper to import research as I find it. IQ faithfully reproduce web data including graphics very easily in MHT or HTML formats except when the data is hidden behind passwords as in HTTPS sites. Then a different procedure can be used.) I tend to favor MHT because it keeps all the data in one place -- yes, within IQ
- If I get a random idea, I can quickly jump to my journal, make a note & tag it with the project name field
- I re-arrange (drag/drop) research items & notes into some kind of pre-lim order. From there I can either print outline to html (children are collapsable) or join items in the outline, etc.
Updated (in blue) with an improved equation for blanking out a text field.
Here's a procedure that works fairly well for selecting an item in the Scratch grid, then working with it in your production grid. The surest way to link to an item in a preferred grid is to create the link in that very grid, or to move it there.
So I created two new fields to accomplish this.
- An item is the basic unit of information