Learn how Maggie uses Tana for her content pipeline, daily template, write better introductions, decision making, and travel. Her content pipeline content pipeline is particularly interesting - notice how she groups her ideas into columns by how far along they are, and then sorts the columns by her motivation.
Use Cases and Tips
This is Ev's tweet idea generation workflow. Live searches show her popular tweet frameworks to plug her ideas into or prompt her for inspiration. Each new Tweet has a search for frameworks.
With this Live Search, you can track what has been happening over the last n days in your graph. This works great for single and multiplayer use cases.
JC: As we spent more and more time with Tana, we started to build more tags, and extended or changed existing ones. The key learning here: One doesn't have to have the perfect structure from the start. Start with the absolute minimum of what is needed, when you notice something missing, just add it and update existing records (if that's even necessary)
A simple setup for journaling, todos, and routine tracking. This comes with a simple search for his journal entries and multiple views of his remaining tasks.
WT: The reason why I've structured it this way is because I like to work with material from a bottom-up approach (raw material > claim > thread / synthesis).
Script writing in Tana: track ideas for stories, characters, locations, plots. See how a popular childrens' fairy tale podcast runs on Tana.
How Brage Bang saves a layout with all of the tag configurations for his systems for easy adjustments
Brage was trying to set up a Discourse graph based on some examples Maggie shared a while back. When experimenting and setting up the interlinked #tag-structures, saving the main layout he used while working allowed him to navigate out of the view without having to reopen every single panel to regain an overview.
LK: Every time I'm taking a drug, I create a new node and apply #medicine-taken to it. This new node would have one field "Medikamente" which would be an instance of #Medikament. The node would also have one field "Dosis" where I'd enter the dose.
Here Tarjei Vassbotn shows his Tana fitness system. He tracks the type of workout, as well as his comments, feel, difficulty, and exercises. His exercises are tagged and organized as well.
How to use and set up Tana's special paste formatting to copy the metadata for academic papers from Zotero into Tana, with the title in the node and the abstract, author, year, etc. in the fields.
While our Roam importer is excellent, some people have idiosyncratic workflows from Roam and would like to make some changes to the data before importing into Tana. Shashank gives an excellent guide as to how!