I just manually imported about a 100 notes from my joplin to anytype following the guide “Outline note-taking method”.
The notes work as expected but when I look at the graph everything is scattered.
The only thing linking is:
Note 2 Note 5
Note 4 Note 3
[ Home -------> Notes ]
What I want… (Was Expecting) :
Note 3(Outline Notes)
[Home ---------> Notes(Set)] ---------> Note 2(Outline Notes)
Note 1(Outline Notes)
I have tried creating tags (Notes from Joplin) and putting it on each and every note.
That didn’t work.
There’s something I am not getting right.
The graph section is cluttered despite it’s goal to make everything relate to everything nicely.
And, None of the notes are relating to myself (Person-Scientiac) as well. I feel like I am missing out quite a bit here . Please help!!
Sets are just a view of related objects and does not relate to each objects inside it other than acting as a container to group them. However, you can link the set to the elements of the set using the following workaround:
For sure, I’ll update this answer tomorrow with a demo
Here is the promised demo
In the video, you can see that I have an object type relation which I’m using to link the set to it’s elements. You can also use templates to pre-fill the relation so that new objects created will be automatically linked to the set
P.S: The reason for the rows disappearing and me going back and forth to the dashboard and the set is because of a bug where a set does not re-render when a value i…
This is actually a bug and is being tracked in the following post
Describe the bug
When I created relations with built-in user with my login, there is no relations on graph.
Steps to reproduce the behavior:
Create task object
Select assigne own human object (pic. 1)
Go to graph view
There is no relations with task (pic. 3)
Relation with user appear.
OS: Windows 10
Device Manufacturer/Model: Custom PC
Anytype Version: e.g. 0.23.0
Could you share how to manually import notes?
Copy and Paste, Copy and Paste, Copy and Paste