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4 Mohiomap Features You May Not Know About

April 8, 2015

Written by

Jun Huh, Chief Technology Officer

While working in Mohiomap you may have come across a few different options to work with your data. Here we want to present you some of our features you may not have applied before:

While working in Mohiomap you may have come across a few different options to work with your data. Here we want to present you some of our features you may not have applied before:

1.  Tag View

Tag View provides you with an overview of all the tags you have used within all of your Cloud accounts. To open Tag View, click the ‘Tags’ node on your Mohiomap:

Within Tag View, the size of the circles indicates frequency of use for that specific tag. This way you can get an instant impression of which tags you have used most often.

While in some instances you may prefer an alphabetical list, if you just want to get the big picture in a fast way, explore Tag View!

‍ Tag View across a Dropbox and Google account with one “Reports” tag in common.

 

2.Bookmarks

Mohiomap offers a great new tool called Bookmarking which allow you to save your Map for you to come back to:

How to bookmark with Mohiomap

To add a bookmark, look for the ‘star’ button on the top-right corner of your Map. For more information, please see our help page on Mohiomap themes.

3. Comments

Comments are a handy way to add annotations to your content in Mohiomap. Think of them as post-it notes for your files; simply hover over the node you want to add a comment to, then click ‘Comment’ in the Context Menu which appears above the node.

Please note that comments are exclusive to Mohiomap Premium. For more information on Mohiomap Premium, visit our Plans & Pricing page.

 

4. View shared files with Team View

If you’d like to see what files you've shared with your team, just open Team view from the dashboard and click on a collaborator.

Since the recent update, we've added even more value to this productivity tool you may not have realised.

So there we have it. These are some neat little features you now know about and can apply in your everyday mapping!

About the author

Jun Huh, Chief Technology Officer

Jun leads our continually growing software engineering team and has many years of experience with the development of visualization software, in both commercial and in research enviroments.

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