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Mindmap articles from your Evernote Web Clipper

April 15, 2014

Written by

Christian Hirsch, Founder / CEO, PhD in CS

While browsing through the Web you come across so many interesting things – and Evernote Web Clipper helps tremendously to save time for those “I’ll read it later”-decisions. Yet, it is easy to lose the overview of all articles to read, pictures to view, recipes to look up etc. Browse the web for a week/month and articles can accumulate quite significantly, if you tend to clip things frequently (as many of us do).

While browsing through the Web you come across so many interesting things – and Evernote Web Clipper helps tremendously to save time for those “I’ll read it later”-decisions. Yet, it is easy to lose the overview of all articles to read, pictures to view, recipes to look up etc. Browse the web for a week/month and articles can accumulate quite significantly, if you tend to clip things frequently (as many of us do).

Take articles as an example: You come across interesting topics, but you don’t have enough time to read all of them at once. You clip them to Evernote, and in addition to that, you assign them tags by which you can organize and categorize them in a rough structure.

What does Mohiomap reveal and where does it help in this example?

Once you check back in order to read any interesting articles in Evernote, Mohiomap allows you to get an instant overview of your notes – in this example case your articles collected to read later. Our example below shows you a collection of articles and how they are structures (tagged) using topics like “Fitness”, “Tech”, “Business”, “Travel”, etc. Additionally we have also used a tag titled “ASAP” to indicate some priorities.

Example notebook – a collection of articles created with the Web Clipper

With Mohiomap you can see instantly where your main interests lie,  which topics you read the most about and which ones you have possibly been neglecting. Over time, you might discover which topics accumulate faster and which areas you have not been reading as much about.

Mohiomap can also show you your behaviour patterns. In the example notebook, you can for instance see how most of the articles that were categorized as “ASAP” have also been tagged with “Business” and “Fitness” – possibly an indication that these are important topics.

It is even easier to discover the most recent addition to the articles by applying therelevance filter (see image below). Relevance filtering cuts the displayed information down to the most recent articles and tags.

Relevance Filter slider

In case you wish to manipulate and edit your content, you can also tag your notes and also edit, create, move, and delete notes right from within Mohiomap. This functionality helps you to visually manage your collection of articles to read!

Editing Functionality – accessible via the Context Menu

We hope you enjoy the experience of gaining insights into your web clipped notes. If you have comments or feedback for features that you’d like to see, please let us know and get in touch at hello@moh.io. Your input is very valuable and will shape the future of the Mohiomap App.

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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