One of the advantages of using Maple for personal growth is the ability to organize and find your Stuff quickly. Your organization options are called: Tags, Categories and Sub-Categories. They can be included on almost anything you add to Maple. Use them (or not ) however it makes sense to you.
Here are some common ways to use the organization options:
- Categories – A way to collect your stuff into broad groups.
- Sub-Categories – Available within a Category to further refine the grouping.
- Tag – A way to identify your Stuff.
Here are some quick tips to get you started with the organization options:
- You create the different custom names for each organization option from their own pages (which are called, My Categories, My Sub-Categories or My Tags).
- You can also create custom names for Categories or Tags on the fly while adding in your Stuff entries.
- You can only select one Category at a time.
- You must have a Category to use a Sub-Category (they are hierarchical).
- You can assign multiple Tags to Stuff.
For step by step instructions on using the organization options refer to the Maple How To: Using the Organizer Features. If you still have questions reach out to us with the the Contact form or the Help options in Maple and we’ll work with you to sort out your questions.
More to Explore
Maple comes with Categories, Sub-Categories and Tags right from the start. If you find you need more than the provided amount for any of the organization options you can purchase and upgraded package to increase your limits for each. Check out the Maple Store to see what options work for you.