Mohiomap is a solution that people can use to search across multiple cloud platforms at one time. The results of these searches are rendered as dynamic mind maps, or diagrams that are used to visually organize information.
For people who frequently save projects in Evernote, Dropbox, and Google Drive, Mohiomap can be an incredibly useful tool. Use the solution to monitor your progress toward completing projects and reaching deadlines, create digital flashcards, generate visual to-do lists, and even visualize the recipes you use in the kitchen. Mohiomap’s drag-and-drop tagging system allows you to cross-reference, group files in any number of ways, and search through old notebooks by keyword. You can also pin nodes in place, filter old topics based on age, and zoom in (or out) on individual notes. The notes you do select will open up in preview panels or browser windows.
Advanced features make it possible to view your map based on the relevance to any chosen point. For visual thinkers who’d rather not have their notes organized in a linear structure, Mohiomap is an excellent solution. The web-based application breaks down complicated data and restructures it in innovative ways.
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