I’ve been told the above request isn’t a high priority with the development team right now, but it might be helpful for some of us users to better understand your philosophy behind current file structure. There have been a number of requests along this line (see references to document hierarchy, file hub, better navigation on the left panel).
Now, it’s true that we can stash our Coda documents in any Google Drive and thus create our file hierarchies outside of Coda. But the same help document does say, “Coda docs are designed to be created and managed from coda.io…”
Given Coda’s awesomeness, many of us are probably already feeling the same pain as @Tamas_Barad, and beginning to move in the direction of owning a long messy list of Coda docs. As some people see Coda as an eventual replacement for Evernote, the scale of documents is potentially huge (I’m closing in on 20,000 notes).
Like @Tamas_Barad, I’d prefer a file structure “in Coda” with hierarchical folders. But if that isn’t possible, a system of tags and “saved searches/smart folders” seems necessary. Could you give us an inkling of your plans or philosophy around the future of Coda document management?