Hopefully this is the correct board. I am using Scrivener for a resarch paper on Cybersecurity and use a reference manager, Bookends, to manage my literature and notes. I am developing an AppleScript to export my annotations, notes, and reference data from Bookends. I have the basic functionality working; however, I would like to better understand the structure of Scrivener’s note cards stored in the Research folder. My objective is to import a folder for each reference (journal article, book, etc) directly under the Research folder. Such as:
– Zimmerman, 2012. <<------- Reference Note Card
— @34 - Note Title <<------- Content Note Card
— @50 - Note Title
– Hughes, et al., 2005
— @44 - Note Title
For the Reference Note Cards
Title: Author and Publication Date
Body: Basic reference data; such as the Title, Authors, Journal title, Publisher, Publication date, etc.
For the Content Note Cards
Title: Page Number of the note and then a note title (if one exists) or “Highlight” or “Unittled”
Body: The contents of the note (“Quoted” highlights and my comments) then the temp citiation
Synopsis: keywords (tags)
I’ve got the title and body aspects figured out. I just don’t know how to add the synopsis fields. I am using the following OPML sentenance for these note cards:
So basically I am looking to see what if there is an OPML tag or structure to allow each note card to have both a body and synopsis in Scrivener.
Thanks. Any help would be greatly appreciated.