As we saw in the previous example, we can add notes to the commits, but in some cases, it makes sense to store the information sorted by categories, such as
alsoCherryPick. As briefly explained at the beginning of the chapter, notes are stored in
refs/notes/commits but we can add multiple references so that we can easily sort and list the different scopes of the notes.
$ git checkout -b notesReferences --track origin/stable-3.1 Branch notesReferences set up to track remote branch stable-3.1 from origin. Switched to a new branch 'notesReferences'