Here is what I mean and how to see it yourself:
1. Create a blank doc.
2. Create a folder.
3. Show the inspector.
4. Click on the folder created in step 2. You should see in the inspector six different areas buttons across the bottom of the inspector pane; like Notes, Meta-data, Keywords, Snapshots, etc.
5. Now click on the folder Research. In the inspector you'll only see Project Notes and Project References buttons across the bottom.
Is there a way for me to "upgrade" my folder to the Project level, meaning it shows me only the Project Notes and References areas?
In addition, is there a way to delete either Drafts or Research? I use Scrivener not only for writing, but for managing files that are related, like notes, docs, and assignments for a college class. A text only folder like Drafts doesn't always apply.
All documents can access project notes and project references; it's just that the Draft and Research don't have access to anything else since they cannot contain document text or a synopsis themselves or be assigned meta-data like label and status. But in any binder item you can click on the "Document Notes" header in the inspector and choose instead "Project Notes" and likewise for references. On a Mac you can also access project notes as a floating window via Project > Project Notes. I'm not sure if accessibility is the concern here or just the default view in the inspector, but perhaps that will give you something to play with.
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