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    Alex, I have been using the "Notebooks" (preview) available in the "Azure Data Studio" (ADS). I don't know the relationship of those in AMLS are the same thing as in ADS, I search to see if there are any news about removing those from ADS so far. I hope they don't remove those in ADS since I do find them very useful in my daily practice. Any further news about those and their dismissal will be nice to know if find such news.

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    Alternatively:

    - Within the Workspace I can create a Folder with the name of a (let's say a Chapter) and put all my chapter related books there and do sub-chapters with other books as well and view those in the 'NOTEBOOKS' area (TAB);

    So what is the purpose of the "Jupyter Books" (TAB)?

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