I often find that I would like to merge several EF records together. For instance, I just composed an email to the OmniGroup support about what may be a bug. My outbound mail is saved in EagleFiler as an email. I forgot to tag it. I got an automatic response from the OmniGroup. I would like to associate the response email with the one I sent (both are at this point in EF).
Sure, I can tag both emails, create a smart folder, etc. This takes time I wish I did not have to spend. I think it could be really useful to have a feature in which simply dragging one record over another will result in an action (or actions) that would create an association. I have a couple of ideas, which may or may not make sense:
- Create a regular folder with the name of the record that the second record is dropped on.
- If any of the records have tags, tag both with each other’s tags (maybe have a popup for tagging options or an esoteric setting)
- Merge the two records into one - probaby the most problematic and bad idea, but figured I’d voice it.
It is that I find that this type of ‘ad hoc’ association of EF records is something I want to do very often, so I think that I am not unique in that respect.