I'm looking for an app to create documents and notes with support for hyperlinked notes. My requirements are explained below.
Consider the following document:
This is a simple note1, though it should be rendered as a document2.
- A note, in my opinion, is something like a short reminder3 for something.
- The document has meaning that should be preserved, not just dates and actions.
- For creating reminders, I'm totally fine with Google Calendar.
So here I have some sort of note which has subnotes (which could contain subnotes of their own). While this representation is somewhat accepted for final rendering, it seems to be quite inefficient in creating that type of document.
What I look for is the ability to click anywhere in the document, and open a window to add commentary (that technically is not just a commentary, it is a note of itself) and so on for as many nested subnotes as needed.
Satisfying that requirement is already great (so far I didn't find anything like it, though I've tried), but if there are many tools like that, it would be great if subnotes, beside storing as hyperlinks in parent notes, could be rendered as plain list under the root note.
I know that Microsoft Word has commentaries (not good at all, since I cannot add commentaries for a comment) and hyperlinks to another document (not so good, since I have to manually create an additional document, and it opens in a different instance of MS Word; this would not work as efficient because my style of work implies very frequent creation of subnotes of various tree-like structure, and time is money).
It should be Windows-compatible application. If the functionality is right, price is not an issue.