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Adding Nodes to your Radial Map.

Radial maps are made up of colourful nodes that display your information in an eye-catching chart. The nodes can be increased or decreased in size to show their importance or if you want to focus on them.

Adding your first Node to your Radial Map

To add a new node to your Radial Map, click anywhere on your central idea.

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Start typing to bring up a text box and click enter.

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This will now add a new parent node on the outside of your central node. 

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Adding a node to an existing parent node

You can add additional parent nodes to the same level of that parent node. To do this, click on the central idea, type the name of the next node and press enter.

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The node will segment and another node will be added to that level.

 

 

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As your radial chart grows bigger, you can add additional nodes to existing levels by adding the node from its parent node. For example, in the image below, "Travel" is the parent node of "Flight".

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To add an additional node on the same level as "Flight" you would need to click on to "Travel" and click "+add".

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You can continue to add nodes to various levels to show hierarchy, importance and which ideas are connected

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Radial maps are made up of colourful nodes that display your information in an eye-catching chart. The nodes can be increased or decreased in size to show their importance or if you want to focus on them.

Adding your first Node to your Radial Map

To add a new node to your Radial Map, click anywhere on your central idea.

adding_new_node.png

Start typing to bring up a text box and click enter.

typing_name_new_node.png

 

 

This will now add a new parent node on the outside of your central node. 

newnodeadded.png

 

 

Adding a node to an existing parent node

You can add additional parent nodes to the same level of that parent node. To do this, click on the central idea, type the name of the next node and press enter.

 Screen_Shot_2018-04-27_at_16.44.27.png

The node will segment and another node will be added to that level.

 

 

 another_parent_node_added.png

As your radial chart grows bigger, you can add additional nodes to existing levels by adding the node from its parent node. For example, in the image below, "Travel" is the parent node of "Flight".

 Screen_Shot_2018-04-27_at_16.46.15.png

To add an additional node on the same level as "Flight" you would need to click on to "Travel" and click "+add".

third_node_added.png

You can continue to add nodes to various levels to show hierarchy, importance and which ideas are connected

 

 

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