Nimbus folders and subfolders

To organize information properly, you need a good filing system. In addition to searchable tags, Nimbus Note allows you to organize your notes into folders and subfolders. Add as many subfolder levels an nested subfolders as you need.

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Nimbus Note folders are very much like those on your computer

With Nimbus Note, you can color-code any of your notes and folders. In addition to text searches, use a label color in your search. For example, filter search results further to show only notes having a green label. This feature is handy when you can’t remember the exact name of a folder, but you know its label was orange.

    Features of Nimbus Note folders:

  • Nest folders to any depth
  • Add color coding to any folder
  • Share any folder by providing a public link
  • Optionally, secure a folder link with a password. Anyone with this password can access the folder with the web link.

Look at how easy it is to organize your Nimbus folders with color-coding:

Folders in your workspaces

Nimbus Note is built around workspaces to help organize your life or work categories, such as personal, hobbies, and work.

Each workspace is independent, having its own notes, folders, reminders, and members. Create multiple workspaces: One for travel plans, another for work-related notes, and a third for that novel you’ve been writing!

Organize workspaces into groups for better access

If you have created similar workspaces, then it may be best to organize them into a group. A workspace group can be helpful for your team to navigate better and locate workspaces more easily. You may, for example, want each team member to have a dedicated workspace. Instead of mixing several of these workspaces together with all other workspaces, you can create a group such as “Team Workspaces” and place all relevant workspaces into that group.

By department

If each of your departments tend to lead its own projects—in contrast to company-wide programs—then it may be best to structure by department. Begin by creating a workspace for each department. Then, structure the workspace with folders and subfolders. The Marketing workspace could contain folders such as Admin, Ads, Budget, and Logos. An Information Technology workspace might contain folders such as Applications, Hardware, Providers Network, and Inventory.

By client

Client-based businesses such as consultancies, real estate brokers, and law firms would have a different structure. One workspace could contains all general purpose files for the team, and each of the other workspaces would correspond to each clients. To support specific projects for each client, various folders and subfolders can be created inside of each client workspace.

By project

Your business may have several revenue streams such as sales, support, and consulting. It may be sensible to create workspaces to represent revenue components, and then create groups for workspaces that correspond to each revenue stream.

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