By default, NeuraCache scans markdown files for various cards inside, ignoring the full page itself.
It might be the case that you would like to create a card from a full markdown page — e.g., book notes or a web article (although we would still recommend including more atomic cards inside a page).
This is where “Import Full Pages” comes to the rescue.
- Go to the “Cards” tab
- tap the “Sources” icon in the top-right corner
- tap “Import Full Pages”
By default, NeuraCache does not import the pages — “Never”.
If you would like to change this, you have two options:
When no cards
If this option is selected, then NeuraCache will create a card from a page whenever there are no cards inside of that page.
The filename serves as a title for the page.
Optionally, to group pages, you can add #tags anywhere on the page.
#tags #tag1 #tags2
e.g., You could add something like this at the end of your markdown file
When no cards + #tags
If this option is selected, then NeuraCache will create a card from a page whenever there are no cards inside of that page, and there is a #tags tag somewhere on the page
This allows you to control which pages make it to the NeuraCache instead of importing all of them (with no cards).