Mohiomap is adding Box.com as one of its platforms. It's currently in beta, but so far it looks really good. That means now they have support for Evernote, Dropbox, Google Drive, and Box.com.
It seems to me like the addition of Box goes a long way toward Mohiomap gaining critical mass as a cloud visualization tool.
Here's the video of me showing the new features:
“Inside” the box thinking
What's cool about Mohiomap is that it connects your cloud accounts.
You can quickly look through the various folders on your cloud services, or you can search across all of your connected platforms. There's also a tag feature that lets you group similar content together across multiple platforms.
Still in beta
The version of Mohiomap I tried (that includes Box.com) was a beta version. That means that some functions don't work yet, as there are still several improvements and additions being worked on. Currently the navigation and editing are limited, but this beta gives you an opportunity to see what it's like to visualize even more of your cloud presence. If you try out the beta, keep in mind that it's not perfect yet.
Mohiomap looking for feedback
The people at Mohiomap are looking for feedback – especially from teams.
If you have a team and would like to check on Mohiomap, this might be a good opportunity to see if it fits your needs. Since the Box integration is still in beta, there's an opportunity to suggest improvements or changes that can benefit your team.
Trying out Mohiomap is as simple as going to their web interface and logging in. You can then link up the accounts from some of the could platforms you use. Then it's as simple as clicking on the the map structure and having a look around.
- Link to Mohiomap – Box beta
- Beta forums (Where you can provide feedback)
- Link to Mohiomap – Normal version
- My previous video review of Mohiomap (Visual Mapping Review Series 2014)
If you try Mohiomap out, you can leave a comment and let me know how it goes for you.