PaddyV - when I drag and drop from MM to TheBrain - the title/subtitle of the thought is MohiMap/"A Visual memory for evernote" - not the title of the note. Do you get different results?
Sexy idea though.
I'm also using TB, EN and MM and looking for some way to (better) automate my work.I do use EN as a "first level storage", appreciate the fact I can quickly add notes by mail and/or with the browser add-ons.I appreciate MM for what it brings, some visual mapping based on it's own rules.Now I'm missing the ability to populate TB automagically and/or manually with those notes I find valuable.When I d&d from EN to TB, the corresponding note name/title is lost (and it's content is not indexed in TB).Same from MM.And this is a manual task.I'd like all notes in a specific EN notebook (or with a specific tag) to automagically appear in TB (with the same tag, under the same notebook node) so I can further link/reference/enhance it.If anyone finds some (even partial) solution, please let us now
Not sure TB team will ever understand our need / take it under consideration.TB acts very "proprietary", and does not seem to be very interested in interacting/integrating with anything but itself, so I hope we can come up with some kind of solution.(If at least TB would offer some kind of API, others could interface with 'em …).Just my 2 cts ... PaddyVA wrote: I just tried an idea -- linking MohioMap items (which are EverNotes in a graphical display) to TB -- and it worked! Each EN in MM has a unique URL, so it can be dragged and dropped into TB. Then, the link when clicked goes to the MM display, which shows the other notes that are linked to it.You can, of course, copy and drop individual EN URLs from EN, into TB, but that way does not have the advantage of the graphical display of other notes linked to it.So, this way is a visual or graphical extension of TB in an easy way for individual items, and of course, they then become searchable in TB -- at least, the title of the note does.I tried the similar thing with CardDeck, a new way to display Evernotes, but that didn't work, because the EN cards don't have unique URLs therein.See: http://lifehacker.com/mohiomap-creates-a-mind-map-to-browse-your-evernote-1508827115 andhttp://mindmappingsoftwareblog.com/carddesk-visual-organizer-for-evernote/
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