Outlining Explained - How to Take Structured Notes with Simple Organization and Management in Mind!

Try Taskade Now!: https://www.taskade.com — Hello everyone and welcome back to Taskade. In today’s video guide, we’ll be talking about outlining in Taskade and how you can take hierarchical notes in Taskade. Let’s get started!

Outlining is the process of creating hierarchies to contain whatever you're thinking or working on. Once you get the hang of it, outlining using Taskade is highly efficient and productive. Adding, deleting, and reorganizing things are super easy with keyboard shortcuts and more.

It's much harder to do the same on paper because you can't predict how much space you should leave out. That's where Taskade comes in. If you naturally think of tasks as consisting of smaller steps, using an outliner is a no-brainer. Taskade makes it very flexible and easy to organize anything.

Tasks in Taskade = A bullet point. A single node.

Start outlining in Taskade:
1. Create a new blank project and add Tasks.
2. Sub-tasks can be added with indentation,
3. They too can have sub-sub-tasks, thereby creating an unlimited hierarchy.
4. Users can use this format for outlining their tasks.

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