So in CL, are "bucket"s Pages or Logs?
This will be a bit confusing, but bear with me.
Buckets are Tags.
Tags are the symbols you use to make something into a link or Page. ~ ! @ # $ etc.
For example, @"Johnn Four" is a Page that has info about that NPC. To link to that Page you just "tag it" as you type. You type Johnn Four, then put an at sign in front to turn it into a link that takes you to the Johnn Four Page. e.g., @"Johnn Four".
So, in effect a Tag and Page are the same thing. The @"Johnn Four" Tag is also a link that takes you to the @"Johnn Four" Page.
Now, all the Pages that share a Tag - that's a bucket.
For example, the @ Tag is a collection of all your NPCs and PCs.
My main Buckets are:
- Cast of Characters
These translate to these Tags or symbols in Campaign Logger:
@Cast of Characters
So in this context, Tags are like the chapters of a GM book. There's a chapter with all the people in the story. Another chapter describes the world and its locations. There's a chapter with treasures, stuff to buy, services, new equipment options and other item info. Another chapter covers the history and present day, plus thoughts about the future. And so on.
That's how my brain works, though. You can use Tags, Pages, Logs, etc. however you want. You can rename and color all the Tags in the Preferences area, for example.