jer32 wrote: ↑
In graph view it would be helpful to filter the snippets, and also have the snippets arranged in accordance with a selected outline in which they are linked.
The graph visualization generated by Keypoints always shows the currently displayed notes. I.e., similar to the notes list, the graph gets always filtered by any item(s) selected in the filter view and/or any search terms entered above the notes list. See this 1-minute screencast
for an example.
Since the graph visualization shows all links between notes as connecting arrows ("edges"), notes that belong to an outline (aka "overview note" in Keypoints terminology) will be always grouped around that overview note. As an example, here's a detail from a larger graph which shows all notes belonging to an overview note (the red one in the center) being grouped around that overview note:
In the above graph, notes are also connected to their source publications. So notes belonging to the same paper will also be positioned closer to each other.
If you only want to see a particular overview plus any notes linked within that overview: Select the overview, and hit cmd-Return. Or simply cmd-click that overview note in the graph. This will enter the note's ID into the search field above the notes list. As a result, the app only displays note(s) containing that ID, plus all notes linked from the displayed note(s). Taking the above example, the graph would then look like this:
In any case, you can click the "Go Back" button above the notes list (or hit ctrl-left arrow) to reestablish your previous selection(s) and search term(s), which will of course also update the graph to the previous view.