Whiteboard / Canvas
Dear All, It is a pleasure to meet you.
Now, I propose a whiteboard.
Whiteboards can be utilized in the workflow.
It helps to visually distinguish the status of different tasks that have been set up.
It is also useful for summary and editing aids, in-lie tags and note references.
believe that carding allows for more productive task management.
Hello and thank you for your suggestion! For now, I've marked this as "Not planned" until we manage to better define the requirements, so that people know what they are voting for. Thus, when you get the time, do you mind elaborating on what the particular features of this idea are? Such as - presumably being able to arrange notes in a 2D plane, show connections between them, or anything else you find essential to describe the sort of workflow you find useful. Thanks!
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Unlike the graph view, which is a visualization tool, the whiteboard (canvas) has a map placement feature linked to the work plane, as shown in the image below. This allows for realistically dense knowledge and task oriented work on the canvas plane.
I understand that the graph view is popular, but it is only a "visual tool" and may not actually be useful.
Tools with canvas functionality seem to be a hot topic among productivity enthusiasts. In other words, this implementation is good publicity for AMPLENOTE.
However, the advantage of AMPLENOTE is that the application is light, so do not implement it if it will make the application heavy.
For more information on canvas, see Nick Miro, an advocate of the LYT method.Thanks!
One of my favorite things Obsidian has released recently is essentially its own version of Kinopio. It's a big canvas where you can organize your notes physically and make links between them. Functionality like that could be great for organizing projects.
It would nice to be able to drag your own notes or tasks into a canvas, and then organize/arrange it however suits your brain best.
For example, say you have a project that has several spin off projects/nice to have ideas. You can arrange the core project in the middle and make a sort of web graph with links to the spinoff ideas.
or you could make a very compartmentalized project plan. For example you set 3 main priorities for a project. You then can have 1 note that's completely focused on each priority.
The use cases are endless and it would make a terrific edition to an already amazing second brain app.
"Canvas like obsidian or kinopio" (suggested by shawn on 2023-02-15), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
Marking this as "Under consideration", as we're getting more suggestions to narrow down the scope.