Option to mark a parent as a table of contents card

I think it would be useful to be able to mark a parent card as a table of contents card so that all child cards appear in the contents of the parent as a dynamically updated list sortable by any current sorting means.

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What’s the advantage over current sidebar hierarchy?

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I think @austinjaney’s idea is a great one. Currently it seems (at least, using Firefox) that if a parent card is in the sidebar/table of contents bar, it’s children will only appear in the fold down menu once you have gone into the child card (by which I mean, opened it as a parent, even if it’s childless.) It would be really useful to be able to see a summary or a snapshot of cards within the top level cards one sees in the table of contents.

Secondly, I’ve just been doing some reorganising: putting lots of cards in others, then making them “visible” rather than “priority” so that they no longer appear in the sidebar.

  1. I found this a little buggy. The visibility status of the cards were frequently sticky, or would show themselves as “visible” even if they were showing in the sidebar (so should have been “priority”).
  2. Child cards remained priority even when I made their parent not-priority. As I’ve said a few times, this generates a big hassle.

Still really enjoying Supernotes and looking forward to new updates :slight_smile:

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