Step 1: Name your Events consistently
Try this format: ‘[lecture title]’, [professor], [date]
E.g. ‘Intro to Cryogenics’, Professor Ed Busch, 09/22/2020’.
As you’ll see in our tutorial for Collections and Search, this will make everything look nice and simple when you’re returning to old Events.
Step 2: Ensure you include keywords in your Text Notes
An example of this would be, in the example lecture given above, ‘Cryogenics definition’. Usually the keywords for a lecture will be written on the presentation slides.
This will help you quickly find the notes you need with Search, which will explore next.
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