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We've now worked our way through the majority of our initial set of requirements! We've created standard types of tiddlers for each of the things we said we wanted to keep track of, decided what kind of information we wanted to capture for each of them, and created a sample tiddler for each.
There are still some significant holes you're probably looking to fill. For instance, we haven't talked about how to find tiddlers that match particular criteria, or indeed how to find tiddlers at all, and we could do with a clearer overview of all the notes belonging to a particular project or area. Many of the fields we created on tiddlers are kind of hard to use, and we have to manually add them to every tiddler. And there are a great number of other efficiency improvements and customizations we could benefit from.
We'll tackle these things starting in the next chapter, but first, let's do a few exercises to solidify what we've covered so far.
Return to the Employee Information System tiddler and create a new knowledge tiddler for the Really Annoying Five-Factor Authentication Process. Use your imagination on what's involved!
Review what you wrote about the RAFFAP.
Update what you wrote accordingly.
Try changing the title of one of your knowledge tiddlers to not be in CamelCase (add some spaces to it, and/or change the capitalization).
[[square bracket syntax]]now.
Note: If you rename tiddlers often, the Relink plugin can update the links automatically.go to answer
Visit Jane Doe's tiddler and review the family and manager fields. These fields refer to several people who don't have tiddlers yet. Create those tiddlers, with all the appropriate metadata.
You can assume that John Doe and Emily Doe are also managed by Chris Smith (though managing three family members unrelated to you sounds like a disaster waiting to happen). Your choice of phone numbers and email addresses does not matter, provided they are in the correct formats.