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Linking concepts (keywords, topics)
Linking concepts (keywords, topics)
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Link topics to get a better understanding and more ideas and draft well-interlinked authority-ranking content.

Quick mind map-style linking

When you hover over a concept (topic or keyword) in your map, a small arrow appears next to it. Drag the arrow to another concept to create a link. This is a fast way to show that the topics are related or there should be a link from one article to another.


Concept map-style linking for deeper understanding

Adding meaning to the connections makes you think about it deeper, which encourages better understanding and getting more ideas.

  1. Click on a concept in your map that you want to link.

  2. Click the "Link to other" button above it.

  3. Click on another concept where the link should end.

  4. Type the label of the link. It should express the meaning of the connection, like "is better than", "possible solution", “causes” etc.


Useful tip:

After you create a link, you can research more about it by looking at articles speaking about the linked concepts.

Labeling links

Creating multiple links between topics

Branching the link from one topic to multiple other topics

  1. You can fork the link like this:

  2. Create a link to the first topic.

  3. Select the link

  4. Click Link to other

  5. Select the second topic

  6. Continue as needed for other topics

To delete a branch, just click near it and select the trash bin icon.

Naming and renaming the links

  1. Hover near the center of the link.

  2. Double-click on the small dot or the existing link label. Or single-click, then the three dots button and click Rename.

  3. Type the new name of the link.

Deleting links

It's similar to renaming: select the link as shown above and then hit the DEL key or use the trash bin button.

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