I live with EF around three weeks, and like it more and more.
This time, I wonder how to use note - tags. At present I use it as follows, however, I wish to know the purpose of it that EF originally plans.
I use note - tag as the weft type of tag to manage my database.
For example, file A is the web archive about Apple, and I tag it as [Apple]. File B is about Google and I tag it as [Google].
Here, both has note with only “-”. Then, both file appear in [note] tag, that is, the special tag managed by EF.
Moreover, I add child tag of [note] on both files as [culture].
I assign normal tag to classify files as company related word like Apple, Google, … (the warp type) and note - tag as cross-sectional word like culture, product, … (the weft type).
Of corse, this classification is achieved via normal tags only, however, this results in many tags scattered in database. I have around 100 tags after tagging files every day and am afraid how many tags I have in future.
When I start to use note - tag as cross-sectional tag, then I can decrease 100 tags to 10 normal tags(the warp) and 10 note-tags(the weft).
Currently I think this is not so bad, however, wonder whether this is correct use of note - tag.
Anyway, I wish to get any guideline or suggestion about this.