Getting Started (6:40)
Take a quick how-to tour of the most important features of TheBrain. A must-watch for beginners and a nice introduction to TheBrain 9 for veterans.
Thoughts and Links (2:37)
Thoughts and links are the fundamental building blocks of your Brain. Learn about the parent, child, and jump relationships.
Notes and Attachments (2:15)
A brief overview of the notes editor followed by examples of how to work with web and file attachments.
Sync keeps your Brain up to date on all your devices. All the details are covered here.
Brain Themes (1:11)
Customize the look of your Brain with wallpaper, custom colors, and more.
Drag and Drop (3:15)
Drag and drop is the fastest way to integrate information from the web and your local file system into your Brain. Review the basics and learn more advanced options.
Forgetting and Deleting (2:01)
See how forgotten thoughts help keep your Brain relevant while keeping old information available at a moment's notice.
Explore the different view options including the outline and mind map layouts.
Notes: Checkboxes (1:00)
Use checkboxes to keep track of progress directly within notes.
Notes: Images and Videos (0:43)
It's easy to embed images and videos in notes
Notes: Thought Links (1:32)
Reference Thoughts directly from notes to navigate without leaving the notes editor. You can even use Thought links from external applications.
Thought Tags (4:19)
Tags add another layer of flexibility to your Brain and their icons serve as quick visual reminders.
Undo and Redo (3:04)
Undo makes it easy to change your mind for nearly anything you do in your Brain.
File Templates (1:02)
Use templates to create files inside your Brain instantly when you need them.
Tabs and Windows (2:29)
Open multiple brains and adjust the layout of TheBrain windows to suit your working style.
Keyboard Shortcuts for Types and Tags (2:46)
Using the keyboard to create and assign types and tags is fast and efficient.