Knowledge Graph

The Knowledge Graph gives you a broad view of all of your Rems and how they are connected.

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Written by Andy
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The Knowledge Graph is a visual representation of all of your Rems and how they are connected. This can be useful to get a broad view of your notes and of how they relate to each other. It can also be used to navigate between your Rems in a more visually interesting way.

The Knowledge Graph is a Pro-only feature.

Opening the Knowledge Graph

To open the Knowledge Graph, go to Settings > Account > Navigation > Knowledge Graph (or use the View Graph command in the Omnibar).

  • In the Knowledge Graph, you will see all of the Rems in the Knowledge Base and their connections.

You can also open the Graph with a specific Rem set as the center of the Graph. To do this go to Rem Options (3-dot menu in the upper-right corner) > View Graph (or use the View Graph command in the Omnibar).

Note: You can also set any Node as the center while navigating the Knowledge Graph by right-clicking it and selecting Set as Center.

Right-click on a Node in the Knowledge Graph to show a menu with more options.


The circles in the Graph are called nodes, and each one represents a Rem. The size of a node increases with the amount of connections it has with other Rems and its color represents its type.

All of the Node types and their colors.

Type of Rem

Node's Color

Simple Rem

Dark Gray

Light Gray



Heading Rem



Node set as Center


Note: Descriptors don't appear in the Knowledge Graph, but their descendants do.


The connections between each node are called edges. Each type of connection is represented by a different color of line.

Type of Connection

Edge's Color

Hierarchy (Parent/Child)







Light Blue

Navigating the Knowledge Graph

You can move around in the Knowledge Graph by:

  • Click and drag an empty area to pan the graph.

  • Use the Mouse Scroll Wheel to zoom in or zoom out.

There are multiple ways to Interact with the individual nodes in the graph:

  • Click: open Rem in a new pane.

  • Click and drag: move the node around. Releasing the node will lock it in place, preventing it from being moved by the Graph's effects.

  • Ctrl+Alt+click (Cmd+Opt+click on a Mac): unlock/lock Node in place.

  • Alt+click (Opt+click on a Mac) a node while seeing all rems: summon neighbor Nodes to move closer.

  • Alt+click (Opt+click on a Mac) while having a Rem set as Center: expand/collapse neighbors

  • Right-click: open a menu with other commands

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