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New Graph Features

December 3, 2013

Written by

Christian Hirsch, Founder / CEO, PhD in CS

In-Graph Search is a new feature which allows you to search for content within your currently visible Mohiomap graph. To open In-Graph Search, press ctrl + f on your keyboard, which will open a search box at the bottom of the page. As you type your search query, all matching results will be highlighted in yellow:

In-Graph Search

In-Graph Search is a new feature which allows you to search for content within your currently visible Mohiomap graph. To open In-Graph Search, press ctrl + f on your keyboard, which will open a search box at the bottom of the page. As you type your search query, all matching results will be highlighted in yellow:

To close In-Graph Searchpress ctrl + f on your keyboard again, or press the Esc (Escape) key.

We hope you find In-Graph Search a convenient and useful feature! 

Flipped Graph

We have made one key change to the graph structure of how notebooks are visualized. Originally, notes were grouped by tags such that tag nodes would sit between notebooks and notes. Now the new graph display flips the hierarchy of the nodes, and notebooks and notes are connected directly. The main reason we have decided to make this change was that since tags do not actually belong to notebooks, it is much more logical to have connections between notes and notebooks, and it also helps you identify which notebook a note belongs to after expanding multiple notebooks containing shared tags.

Old hierarchy: Notebook > Tags > Notes
New hierarchy: Notebook > Notes > Tags

We’re always looking to improve our users’ experiences with Mohiomap. Let us know what you think of these new features by contacting us at hello@moh.io today!

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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