What is Roam?
This post by Nat Eliason introduced a lot of entrepreneurs and marketers to the benefits of using Roam. He explores how the fluid information structure removes some of the issues with other knowledge management apps and shares how he is using it, both as a second brain and to increase productivity.
Anne-Laure Le Cunff explores how to use Roam achieve your personal growth goals. The post focuses on how you can use Roam as a tool for self-reflection.
Khe Hy believes that Roam has a lot potential for serendipity and the inter-connection of ideas. In this video, he discusses:
- Bi-directional links work in practice
- The basics of a Roam Page (linked and un-linked references)
- Three use cases (appending ideas, unique identifiers, clipping articles)
Links were always supposed to go both ways. It just took decades to get there.
How Can I use it?
Want to write an original article but still at the idea stage? This step-by-step tutorial will teach you a simple method to go from research idea to original article.
Writing is the best way of learning. But, many people struggle to find topics to write about. Having a writing inbox helps you find ideas to write about every day. All you have to is just pick a topic from your writing inbox and write about it. In this video, Shu Omi shows you his writing inbox.
Creating A Life Wiki
For Your Business
Getting The Most Out Of The App
Improving Your Roam Experience
Better Roam Research A Chrome extension that restyles Roam Research with a minimal interface, and adds Dark Mode support.