I'm starting to treat my dynalsit docs like I do with graphic design / adobe indesign
I find this unicode library to be interesting to me
◆ ►◆ ★ ◗▬▸▮
I think I am moving away from this ✪ , too distracting (too many colors)
I'm moving towards merging more bulletpoints of information together, and using those symbols in place of periods. So I can read through a snippet of text easier.
I had to do some hiring for work and sometimes I talk to interesting candidates, alot of times I'll learn a lot of weird interesting things and workflows (sometimes, I incorporate those ideas into my own), so I took some notes on things I learned about HVAC, this is how i formatted those notes using unicode symbols like ▲. side note: I normally use these hiring session timeframes / notes to conduct surveys as well about the local economy, what companies do in the area, surveys on which hiring service like indeed works best, etc. So I have a system set up ahead of time on where I will put these notes in dynalist
Normally I would write and tag these notes in evernote... but I haven't touched evernote in like several months. I'm still not sure what formatting unicodes I like best yet to use in dynalist, I am super picky about how my document looks overall. I try to make it highly readable as possible, while still retaining a lot of information