When I write in LaTeX, what I enjoy doing is to first write an outline and the proceedings of my argumentation, and then later filling that in with text.
Now, often, my argumentational structure has much smaller steps than I can highlight by actual outline (i.e. \section, \paragraph and alike). Therefore, I would like to be able to use comments in a way that my editor recognizes them as structuring elements; I would then be able to fold/unfold small blocks of text, only showing the comments which summarise this block.
I guess that this can be achieved by means of choosing the right editor. I am currently using Texmaker und Texstudio, but I am not fully convinced of either. Is there any tool that can do what I just described?
EDIT: Maybe I can further clarify my idea: I would wish for an editor to be able to interpret my comments and accordingly show this in the way it marks them in the editor-view. E.g. it might show certain comments in bold letters or in red font, but also fold and unfold blocks between certain comments.