Hi,

I'm interested in using Zim as efficient as possible. That's why I wonder how 
you structured your data within Zim?
As I'm using Zim mainly for business purpose, I'd like to show you my 
structure, may be this will give you different ideas for efficiency.
Looking forward to seeing your structure :)

Regards,
Murat


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Index:

002Inbox
003RegularMeetings
004Projects
005Folder
006P

--> 002Inbox, 005Folder and 006P (= Private) are quite unstructured.

Regular Meetings and Projects are structured in a similar way:

003RegularMeetings
003-0010-RegularMeetingA
                001-OngoingTopics-RegularMeetingA
                RM001-DATE-RegularMeetingA
                RM002-DATE-RegularMeetingA
                RM003-DATE-RegularMeetingA
003-0020-RegularMeetingB
003-0030-RegularMeetingC


004Projects
004-0010-ProjectA
                001-OngoingTopics- ProjectA
                M001-DATE-ProjectA
                M002-DATE-ProjectA
                M003-DATE-ProjectA
004-0020-ProjectB
004-0030-ProjectC

--> I mostly use tags within the notes to further differentiate and search/find 
the right notes
--> I link between notes in Meetings and Ongoing Topics and vice versa if a 
topic comes up several times in different meetings.
--> I switched off camel case as this leads to notes in an unstructured way

This is the template I use:

======= [% page.basename %] =======
Created [% strftime("%A %d %B %Y") %]

=== Participants ===


=== Contexts ===


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