2.1.1 New Card
To create a card, navigate to the card module.
Click on the "+new" button to initiate card creation.
2.1.2 Setting Chapter for the Card:
When creating a card, the associated chapter is displayed above the title automatically.
Cards are placed in the chapter you have selected in the left sidebar.
If you want to create a card in a different chapter, select that chapter first and then click "+new" or move the card to the desired chapter later.
2.1.3 Adding Content to the Card:
To add content to your card, simply type or paste your text in the card's text editor.
Instant saving is indicated as you type or add images; there's no need to manually save changes.
2.1.4 Undo and Redo Functions:
Use the undo and redo functions to correct any changes you've made to the card.
2.1.5 Adding Images or Videos:
You can enhance your card by adding images or videos.
To add an image or video, click the designated area and browse your files to select the media.
Images can also be set as the card's cover image via the 3-dots menu.
2.1.6 Adjusting Cover Images:
Click on the 3-dots menu and select "adjust cover image" to customize the cover image.
Adjust the zoom and position of the image to select the desired area for the card's cover.
2.1.7 Adding References:
Elumity allows you to add references to your card content.
References can be searched in the MEDLINE database, added via Pubmed-ID or DOI, or by pasting a link. These references are automatically saved in Elumity's reference database.
2.1.8 Managing References:
You can scroll, add multiple references, uncheck references, and view existing references for a fact.
The references list for each Elumity, chapter, or card shows the references associated with them.
2.1.9 Custom References:
Apart from database references, you can add custom references like books or conference proceedings.
2.1.10 Fact Count Indicator:
The number of facts on a card is displayed in a blue field.
This fact count is also visible in various card viewing options, including previews and collapsed views.
2.1.11 Information Labels:
Labels indicate the number of references, PDFs, images, videos, and other card attributes.
Special labels indicate whether a card was copied from public cards or is a collaborative card with colleagues.