Every NoteSuite folder is an "Active Folder." Besides placing notes and documents inside the folder, you can also have NoteSuite add files automatically based on search criteria you create. This is a quick way to have NoteSuite organize all your notes and documents automatically.
The files NoteSuite adds to Active Folders from your search criteria are actually just aliases to the real files. This way, the same file can be in multiple folders simultaneously. Files NoteSuite has added to the folder are shown in italics. NoteSuite lists these files with the ones it thinks are the most relevant on top.
Create a new folder by tapping the New Folder button in the directory. This button is only visible when you're currently viewing "Folders." This opens the New Folder dialog.
Add Files to Folders Automatically
To have NoteSuite add files to a folder automatically, turn on "Also show files that match a search." Then, enter your search term, just like you would in a Google or Bing search bar, and choose whether you want NoteSuite to find only those files that contain all the words in your search term or any of the words.
TIPS: Search for exact phrases by putting quotes around them. Exclude notes and documents containing a particular word or phrase by putting a minus sign immediately before the word or phrase.
Move Files Between Folders
To move files from one folder to another, tap the Edit button at the bottom of your directory. Then, select the file(s) you'd like to move and tap the Place button at the bottom of your directory.
Files can be in only one folder at a time, unless they're placed in a folder automatically through the search criteria described above.