Roam Research is a note taking and knowledge development application. Roam uses bi-directional links to connect and reveal relationships between your notes. Its flexibility and list of innovative features mean that it has many other uses within the personal productivity ecosystem as well, on its own or in combination with other apps. These other uses include goal and project management, task management, information management and writing.
Roam’s power comes from its ability to connect and organize your notes and information, act as a central repository for your information and knowledge which can then be utilized in many different areas.
SMARTBLOCKS & QUERYBUILDER FOR MESSAGING
ROAM DEPOT: Random Block & Auto Tag Mode with Abhay Prasanna
Secret Collaboration Features in Roam Research
ROAM DEPOT: ROAMJS MIGRATION PLAN
Amazing what you can do with Meta templates in Roam.
This is what my morning set-up looks like now, each block is a button which unfolds a new template.
— Chiel ? (@ChielMuur) July 5, 2022
Roam Depot: query builder plug-in demo with david vargas (roamjs)
ROAM DEPOT: BIONIC READING
User settings are directly available in Roam Depot marketplace panel (open it with Ctrl+p "depot") !
Thanks to the Roam team for making it so easy and safe to install extensions now! https://t.co/SFsiG1ULmP
— Fabrice Gallet (@fbgallet) July 15, 2022
READING & NOTETAKING WORKFLOW
ROAMJS SMARTBLOCK STORE
We just gave the SmartBlocks Store a mini redesign!
We've also added a notion of "scores" so that workflows are now sorted by the highest scores. Currently, scores only includes number of downloads but will soon include more factors.
Check out which Workflows your peer use! pic.twitter.com/2m1S8uSGqB
— RoamJS (@roam_js) July 3, 2022
ROAMJS NOTIFICATION DASHBOARD
Ever wanted a notifications dashboard in Roam?
We just added "Edited by" and "is referenced by" conditions to Query Builder which now make this possible!
Use queries to get a serial view of all the blocks your colleagues have engaged with ? pic.twitter.com/8kHmIPt4e4
— RoamJS (@roam_js) June 17, 2022