I’m trying to adopt Supernotes into my book- research flow. But I may have just found a problem that will cost me a lot of duplicated effort and I’m hoping that I’m misunderstanding something. It will be a killer, which would disappoint me as I’m exploring the app.
I like the card approach and it’s cumbersome to instantiate it into Bear and I don’t want to build my own application, ala Obsidian, et al.
My flow is reading scientific papers in pdf and highlighting and then later summarizing the highlights into individual cards, which I’ll preface with a number so that I can see them in order with alphabetical sorting.
For one paper I might have a dozen different cards corresponding to a dozen different “themes” in the paper. So I need a dozen cards, but I want them all to have the same title, but for the prefix of that organizing number. Bear does this easily.
I need for them also to have the same tag structure that I’ll set up beforehand in most cases. Bear would do that also, if the card is made inside of the nested tag structure of the original.
I just assumed that in Supernotes I could just start my note-taking by making my dozen empty cards with tittle and then filling them in. I’d rather not have to repeatedly remake a dozen cards.
I see no way to duplicate a card. Am I not looking in the right places?