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2 Collections and Fields
Before exploring Notenik's User Interface with you, I'd like to briefly touch on a couple of ways in which Notenik may be different from other note-taking apps you might be used to.
Collections – Rather than assuming that you want all of your Notes to be stored in a single repository, Notenik groups your Notes into Collections. You can have as many or as few Collections as you would like, and each Collection may be stored anywhere you like.
Fields – Each Note has multiple fields, of different types. At a minimum, a Note will have a Title and a Body. But many other field names, and field types, are possible. And each different Collection of Notes can have a different set of fields defined and available for each Note in that Collection.
So, with those two important concepts in our hip pocket, let's begin exploring the Notenik user interface.
Next: Collection Preferences