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How to use Context suggestions
How to use Context suggestions
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When you add an existing concept into a map, or even start typing the name of it in the top bar, related concepts will appear below. (pic. 1)

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How to add a related concept and explore related articles

You will get a list of all available related concepts, you can directly add them to them map by dragging or by the "+" button.

By clicking on each of the related concepts (anywhere in the concept box except for the icons) a second side bar appear where you can explore related articles regarding this concept. (pic. 2)

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If you hover over the plus button in the concept box, two small icons (i and Push Pin icon) will appear.

1) i - if you click on it you will see all available articles related to this concept.

2) Push Pin icon - this allows to pin the articles to your notes.

There are several types of related concepts - topics, keywords, questions, headings, articles and maps. A user concepts represents all concepts previously created or added to the map by the user. Under Chat, you can ask the ChatGPT questions or generate a custom tailored content related to the map.

For each group of related concepts you can use filters to select the source of the suggestions.

For Topics you can select Related Topics and ChatGPT Topics. (Pic. 3)

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For Keywords you can select Related Keywrods and ChatGPT Keywords. (Pic. 4)

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For Questions you can select Trending Questions and ChatGPT Questions. (Pic. 5)

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For Headings you can select Headings and ChatGPT Headings. (Pic. 6)

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For Articles you can select Wikipedia abstracts, Articles searched on the web, Recent articles searched on the web, Scientific articles, Reddit and Articles generated by ChatGPT. (Pic. 7)

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For Maps you can select Personal maps and maps created by Community. (Pic. 8)

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For User concepts you can select Personal concepts or concepts created by community. (Pic. 9)

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πŸ‘‰ View the video how to add new concept, explore related concepts and name links.

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