Maps are the basic container in Nemo - they hold nodes, edges, and labels.

Nodes are objects that can represent whatever you need them to, and edges are how you connect nodes together. You can think of nodes as nouns and edges as verbs. Here’s more detail on edges and what you can do with them. If you’re not familiar with graph concepts like nodes and edges, Neo4j has a great overview.

Nemo doesn’t enforce any data structure beyond this - it’s designed to be flexible enough to handle whatever messy problem you have, while allowing you to link out to the systems and tools you already use that have lots more detail.

Save maps

All your changes are automatically saved when you’re editing a map.

You can rename a map at any time.

Settings shows you all your maps so you can manage them.

Share maps

By default all maps in Nemo are totally private to the person that created them, but you can also share your map so you can collaborate with your team.

Before you can share a map, you have to log in.

To share a map you've created, click the icon in the top right corner
or enter `share` in the command palette. Each map can be in one of three states:
  • Private: only visible and editable by the map owner.
  • Public: visible to anyone with the URL (including non-logged-in users), but only editable by the map owner.
  • Shared with team: only accessible by logged-in users on your team. All team members may edit the map.


Audit log

You can see the most recent changes to any map in the audit log. This is great for catching up on edits or tracking down something that seems to be missing.

Audit log

You can open the audit log from the map menu (click the Nemo logo), the history icon on the upper right of the diagram view, or with

+ + H

Each operation includes the type of change, the identity of the actor making the change, and the time it happened.

As you undo and redo operations, the indicator dot will move up and down, showing you where in the operation stack you are.


Templates are predefined sets of nodes and edges you can insert into a map you’re working on.

Templates can be helpful for creating checklists, examples, or getting inspiration for frameworks to apply.

To see a list of templates, open the command palette and type template.


🤖 WITH THE POWER OF AI 🤖 Nemo can generate a text summary of your map, or generate a text recommendation for choosing one project over another.


  1. Open the command palette
  2. Type text summary
  3. Choose Generate Text Summary


  1. Open the command palette
  2. Type text recommendation
  3. Choose Generate Text Recommendation

Generate Text Recommendation