In Zettelkasten, there’s the idea of a slip box, and essentially having 2 slip boxes: one for ideas / concepts / whatever, and another for references.
What’s the recommended way to mimic this in supernotes? I don’t like the idea of having a separate application as my use for references isn’t academic. I mostly want to save references to present a better authority to argument situation if I ever want to convey an idea to someone (or myself in the future).
I mostly would want to save a quote, who it’s from, and the book it’s from (page number I could take it or leave it). I could easily add these to supernotes but the problem is that I’d be intermingling these 2 concepts and I basically never want to see the reference cards.
I’m assuming I could do some type of filter situation but I really like clicking on “home” and being able to get home and reset all the filters.
I feel like there could be some feature added to Supernotes to facilitate this? Offering “workspaces” to people who sign up for premium subscriptions? Offer the ability to set “Home” to a custom filter (that for me would always filter out things with a certain tag that would refer to a reference card)? But yeah anything that you all could add to facilitate this would help greatly here.