I’d like to propose a way to easily identify mocs (summary pages, gist pages, etc) from other nodes in graph view. This can be done by making the edges between mocs thicker (in conjunction with the increasing node size as nodes get linked more).
Some ways this can be implemented:
- In the plugins section, indicate a keyword that will be used to indicate which markdown file is a moc (ie
#gist-page; the hashtags just makes the term more unique). Within the markdown note itself, type the keyword. In graph view, see the notes linked together with thicker edges (and perhaps to the outline of the node as well to continue the aesthetic).
- In each markdown note, count the number of
[[ ]]links it has. Given a certain threshold (defined by the user?) it will connect to the next node that has a lot of links.
- This second option, doesn’t work as well if a whole page uses tags (like in this convo), or if one is just starting out and there are not many links on their MOC pages compared to non-MOC pages.
The idea is for those who use the IMF system the index page and further mocs will all be visually linked, making the graph more informative as a decentralized network
I was inspired by @Drag0nRyd3r from the discord and the cover image from their article [[This]] is the Future of Note-taking and Personal Knowledge Management