Structure zettels vs zettels with lot of links
Referring to the Ratio of content to structure notes? topic: What distinguishes structure zettel from a zettel that contains many links?
In my opinion, a structure zettel that only lists links without subordination (example) is no different from a zettel that explains a topic and the keywords are links to the appropriate zettels (example). Ultimately, the goal of both is to find the relevant zettels in one place and to explain, on some level, what the relationship is between those zettels. Because of this, I don’t feel the need to even mark structure zettels with a tag. In addition, if the "talkative" structure zettel develops over time as I learn more about a topic and place new links in this existing zettel, I will most likely forget to add the structure zettels tag.
What are your opinions? How do you create structure zettels?
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