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3 Ways To Boost Your Tags With Mohiomap

March 16, 2015

Written by

Christian Hirsch, Founder / CEO, PhD in CS

Tags can be very powerful when used and managed the right way. In this blog post, we want to give you a quick overview of how Mohiomap can help to augment your experiences with tagging.

Tags can be very powerful when used and managed the right way. In this blog post, we want to give you a quick overview of how Mohiomap can help to augment your experiences with tagging.

1. Visually review and edit your tags

With all your neatly tagged Evernote notes, Mohiomap allows you to get an instant overview of the themes within your notebooks. No sorting, no browsing, let the best computer on the planet do the work for you: your brain.

Take the example below. It shows you a collection of articles from the Evernote Webclipper tagged with different topics.

‍‍Evernote Webclipper articles without tags
Evernote Webclipper articles with tags

Imagine looking at the Map without tags. It becomes difficult to navigate, doesn’t it? By using tags, you can easily see what each note pertains to, thereby allowing you can get a better grasp of the notebook content much faster.

 

2. Highlight connections with Tag Centric View

Another feature in Mohiomap is the Tag Centric View, which allows you to focus on the tags within a given notebook or folder.

Tag centric view applied to the same ‘Articles’ notebook

Tag Centric View hides untagged parent nodes – such as notebooks or folders – leaving behind a clearer picture of your interconnected network of notes and tags.

To activate Tag Centric View, look for the button on the top right side of your Map – see our Help article for more details.

3. Tag your Google Drive and Dropbox

While tagging is popular in Evernote, you may want to apply this same organization principle to your other Cloud platforms as well.

Mohiomap allows you to apply tags to your Google Drive and Dropbox content, just as in Evernote. Simply hover over the file or folder you want to tag, then look for the ‘Tag’ option in the Context Menu to apply a tag. Mohiomap will even group together files and notes across all of your platforms which all share a common tag!

Click the ‘Tag’ option in the Context Menu to apply tags
Example of a tag applied to a Google Drive folder

We hope that this post has given you some insights on how Mohiomap can enhance your tagging experience in many different ways.

How are you using tags in conjunction Mohiomap? Feel free to share your experiences with us and send us an email to hello@moh.io.

About the author

Christian Hirsch, Founder / CEO, PhD in CS

While completing his PHD in Computer Science, Christian’s research work on the intersection of data visualization, software engineering, and knowledge management, led to the technological foundations of Mohiomap.

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