Select a code node. In the main network ribbon, click on the dropdown arrow below the color palette and select a color.
Select all code nodes that should be merged into another code. If you select multiple code notes, hold down the Ctrl-key.
Select the Nodes tab and click on the Merge button. Move the mouse pointer to the node with which you want to merge the selected code(s). You will see a light green frame around this node. When you left-click on the node, all the other selected code nodes will be merged.
A duplicated code is an exact clone of the original code including color, comment, code-quotation links, code memo links and code-code links. Duplicating a code can be a useful option to clean up or modify a code system.
Select one or more codes in a network, select the Nodes tab and from there Duplicate Code(s) option. Duplicated codes have the same name plus a consecutive number, i.e. (2).
You can also create groups in networks. As everywhere else in the software, a group consists of entities of the same type. Thus, you can create a document group base don document nodes, a code group based on code nodes, a memo group based on memo nodes, and a network group based on network nodes. It is not possible to create a group that contains different entity types.
Select one or more nodes of the same entity type and click the New Group option in the Nodes tab.
Enter a name for the group and click Create. The group will be added to the network, and the linkages to its members are displayed.
To expand the hyperlinks you see in a network, or to see which other entities are linked to a hyperlinked quotation, you can import its neighbors:
Right-click on a hyperlink and select Import Neighbors > Quotations.