I’m new to logseq, and I have a question regarding how to implement a hierarchy of tags or the like for research for a book. Basically I would like to have a hierarchy of tags that reflects the hierarchical book outline. That way, whenever I find information or have ideas for a particular section, I can assign it to its place in the hierarchy, and also generate a note that includes all the notes for all the levels of the hierarchy. Is this possible? Please note that I am not a programmer
Is there any difference between a folder hierarchy (or tags ), and when you write a table of contents on a page?
(And you can write finer comments on the folded part，)
Hi, thanks for your response. Could you please let me know how to make a folder hierarchy? Once I know. I’d be able to answer the question
you can make hierarchies with the “/” inside the pages name, like [[book/chapter 1/subchapter 1]].
The page to chapter 1 and subchapter 1 then looks like this:
And the page to the book with all linked references and the hierarchy looks like this:
There you can find all the notes for all the levels of the hierarchy under linked references.
Hope this is, what you were searching for and helped
Thank you for your help. One question: is it possible to do this using tags?
In logseq , tags and links are treated as the same thing,