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Visual Cloud Organization with Mohiomap

February 18, 2015

Written by

Jun Huh, Chief Technology Officer

We save plenty of data into the Cloud. Documents, images, and a range of other various files can be spread across a wide array of Cloud storage providers such as Google Drive, Dropbox, and Evernote.

We save plenty of data into the Cloud. Documents, images, and a range of other various files can be spread across a wide array of Cloud storage providers such as Google Drive, Dropbox, and Evernote. Organizing this data in a coherent manner is one of the key use cases that our users have found when using Mohiomap.

 

Manage your Cloud data effectively

Our Cloud accounts can contain a chaotic mess of files: files without proper tags, files assigned to the incorrect notebook or folder, or files that we know we do not even need anymore and should be deleted. Your Cloud can become almost like the good old email inbox where everything just tends to “end up” and has more in common with a messy room than an organized digital workspace.

But unlike your room, you don’t have the luxury to truly “see” the mess your Cloud account might be in, and it’s here where Mohiomap comes in handy.

By using our editing features, you can add/delete your content, tag them appropriately, and easily move notes and files to the suitable notebook or folder. Visually organizing your files makes this task that much easier and manageable.

Moving a file ‘visually’: drag the Action Icon from a file to a folder

 Visit our help page to learn more about our editing features to learn how to edit and organize your data in a more visual and manageable manner!

Get a better overview with Mohiomap Analytics

We can only handle so much visual information at a time. Wouldn’t it be great to put on a pair of glasses that keep you focused on the things you want to focus on, without getting distracted by anything else?

This is exactly what Mohiomap Filters and advanced Analytics are for. They will help tremendously to reduce your cluttered inbox files, as you can easily filter for example by specific dates, created date or source of the original note or file (such as the Evernote Webclipper, Desktop Application, Mobile Device, or Email).

Analytics: View content based on a note’s source. For example, Evernote Webclipper, Desktop Application, Mobile Device, or Email.

Evernote in particular has a great email forwarding function, which is convenient for saving pictures, files, emails, etc. that you just quickly want to get into Evernote without hassle. Let’s say I want to sort out all the files that I forwarded by email to my Inbox. By applying the ‘Source Application’ filter in Mohiomap Analytics, I can focus solely on data that originated from a particular source, such as only forwarded email, or stuff I clipped with the Evernote Webclipper, sent from an iPhone… you get the idea.

Combine different filters together, such as “created date” or “file extensions”, as well as notes that have been geo-tagged automatically from your mobile device. The options to put on the pair of glasses your way are plentiful, helping you to cut down to the relevant information.

Once you got down to that level either tag, delete or move files around in the way you like with our actionable features. Depending on your preferences and file volume you can implement this at the end of a week or day.

Having the peace of mind of clear and orderly content using this system saves you from getting overwhelmed by it all. With Mohiomap’s Editing FeaturesFilters, and Analytics, organizing your Cloud has never been easier!

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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