I'm working on a note taking app. One of the feature is that you can group the notes in a folder like manner in which one can create. subgroups inside groups and more subgroups and put notes/notebooks inside it. The app has also a feature where the user can make notebooks in which the user can add notes (You cannot put a notebook inside a notebook). But doesn't that make the notebook same as a group without subgroups? How useful this feature can be? Can having both confuse people? Thank You.
It already has hashtagging so one can link notes regardless of grouping. The smallest unit is called a "note" (there are different kinds of notes). Currently, you can put a note inside a "notebook" and/or a group. There is nothing beyond "notebooks" but groups. The question here is if I should call a group of notes "notebook" when the user could just group the notes without the whole notebook thing. A bunch of note taking apps lets you group the notes into groups/folders and/or notebooks and I've always found it confusing. But I doubt if there is an actual point in being able to do this.