* Marcin Borkowski <mb...@wmi.amu.edu.pl> wrote: > Hi all, Hi!
> I have an Org-mode file with notes concerning a large project connected > with teaching at my university. One of the headlines is dedicated to > one particular course, where I am part of a group developing a concept > of this course. So, one subheadline is devoted to that. Yet another > (subsub)headline is a list if my proposals of things that should be > covered during that course, and now it needs 3 more levels down. > Summing it up: I have 5 levels of headlines and now I need a sixth > one. So, my question is: what are good practices of other Org-moders? > Do you push such a monster to an external file and just include a link > to it? Or do you just live with 6-level structure (which is a bit > cumbersome, since I sometimes want to copy a part of this document to > an email)? Or maybe there's yet another way of handling this? So I assume you've got this: - project.org - courseX - covered topics (unsure about this one; not necessary) - topic 1 - task related to topic 1 Either you are OK with this level of headings (I would not care) or you have many different possibilities. 1. Additional Org-mode file(s): see other answers 2. Usage of flat hierarchy - project.org - non-educational - courseX - courseX notes 3. Usage of tags - project.org - X :non-educational: - course material :courseX: - course topics :courseX: - course notes :courseX: Or you can use a combination of these methods or additional methods which do not come to my mind for now. -- mail|git|SVN|photos|postings|SMS|phonecalls|RSS|CSV|XML to Org-mode: > get Memacs from https://github.com/novoid/Memacs < https://github.com/novoid/extract_pdf_annotations_to_orgmode + more on github