The Notebook & Inventory tabs in Projects have been merged into one, unified section. In the new unified listing, entries & entities can be listed together in the same folder (or root level of a project):

Project permissions will not be affected, as we are just changing the way in which project items are organized (but not changing anything about the project itself).

For existing projects, the two Notebook & Inventory tabs will be converted into two Notebook & Inventory folders, with all relevant items from those sections in the relevant folder:



The Create menus from each section will also be merged into one menu. The menu will look slightly different, and some of the options have been grouped together, however all of the relevant options from the old two sections will be present. Note that this Create menu is similar to the Global Create menu you can use from the sidebar, so the menu should still look & feel familiar.

Before (Inventory):

Before (Notebook):

After (merged):

If you would like reorganize your project folders after this Notebook-Inventory Merge occurs, please follow these steps:

You can view entities, entries, and folders in your projects. By default, folders are listed at the top, with the rest of the items listed alphabetically below. You can filter by various fields and change the way items are sorted:

To move an individual item, right-click on the file and select the ‘Move To...’ option. You can move the item to a different project, or to another folder within your project.

You can also move items in bulk. To do so, click into the expanded view of your project. Hover over the items you would like to move, and select the checkbox next to each item name, and choose the ‘Move To’ option in the toolbar:

Registration Table Behavior

Post notebook inventory merge, you’ll notice that Registration Tables will now change the way in which it deposits Registration-Table registered entities within the folder structure of a project.

Previous Behavior

In the previous configuration, Notebook/Inventory sections were separate. Entities registered using Registration Tables were placed in the root level of the Project's Inventory section.

Updated Behavior

In a merged environment, registration table-registered entities will now be deposited within the same project folder that the entry is located in. This makes it much easier to keep your entities and notebook entries within their relevant context

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