Our graphs use a proprietary algorithm based on a Graph data structure. Here's how it works:

  1. When you create a node your graph will organize your media from most recent to less recent. Meaning inward-out.

  2. Different images that contain the same description in brackets will be grouped in the same node. For example if your image description is [[India]] and another image you uploaded later has the same description then those 2 images will be grouped in the same node.

  3. If you create a description as follows: [[Cisero]] (indent) [[India]] And later you upload another media with the following description: [[Cisero]] [[India]]

    Note that India in the second option is not indented. In that case we will create two nodes, one with Cisero and the other one with India as independent nodes. The nodes will be connected through India.

  4. If in your description you type "[[Asia]] [[5years]]" this will create 2 separate nodes in the graph with the same media and the nodes will be connected. Take in mind your media in the database will not be duplicated.

  5. Nodes that contain 2 images will show two circles. Nodes that contain more than 3 images will show 3 circles.

  6. If you click on a node it will highlight the connections to that node.

  7. If you double click on the node it will take you to a section where you can see all the images in that node and the ones associated to them. You can filter them by date or by association with other nodes.

  8. You can share your graph with family, friends or co-workers and assign a role to them (view or edit).

  9. Images that don't have a description will have in the graph a date description.

  10. Images that use the Rank function in the description will have a bigger node (up to 10% bigger).

  11. If you want to delete a node you will need to go to the specific media and delete it. If your node contains several different media then you can select the multiple media and delete them.