Work offline on iOS devices by app in order to take notes when there isn't an internet connection available. Like when we are in a plane.22 votes
Well like you tube you have Dark Mode and im on this 247 making maps and ideas for my work. My eyes hurt. If their was eye rest. Or a Dark mode would be amazing !!! Please Add31 votes
For when the mindmap gets a bit messy through editing!2 votes
I would like to have a group map function so that separate classes I run can post their maps into groups (e.g. Class 12a Maps). As it stands now, it seems that I can only access "My Maps" (too many now) and "Team Maps" (way too many). I would like to have a group folder that only contains work from my different classes.4 votes
Toda vez que vou criar um novo nó as palavras são alteradas,e as frases contidas nos nós são alteradas,outra são apagadas.Por mim JAMAIS!!!!!!!!!!usaria este programa mas minha escola exige trabalhos feitos neste programa,e os professores não podem alterar a ferramenta.Então por favor!!!!!3 votes
I want to be able to share maps that can only be accessed by an individual class (or Team). Currently I can only share maps with up to 10 emails, and my classes usually have more Ss than this. I would like to create a "Team" and then share a map with all members with one click.3 votes
On argument maps, here is a feature I'd like to recommend. It would be great to have an inference objection function. Right now you can only form an objection to claims. But you can't easily form an objection to inferences. For example, take a simple argument: "All that glitters is gold. This watch is gold. So, this watch glitters." You can object to the premises of the argument in mindmup. But you can't object to the inference from the premises to the conclusion. Yet this is a common style of objection to arguments. So, it would be very helpful to have this function.
You could do this by adding objections to the lines between claims and conclusions. So, on the above argument, you could have an objection directly attached to the line between "all that glitters is gold. This watch is gold" to the conclusion "This watch glitters." This would make it clear that the objection is to the inference, not the claims.
On argument maps, here is a feature I'd like to recommend. It would be great to have an inference objection function. Right now you can only form an objection to claims. But you can't easily form an objection to inferences. For example, take a simple argument: "All that glitters is gold. This watch is gold. So, this watch glitters." You can object to the premises of the argument in mindmup. But you can't object to the inference from the premises to the conclusion. Yet this is a common style of objection to arguments. So, it would be very helpful to…4 votes
Create an affiliate program15 votes
Being able to post a numbered or unordered list within a node would condense the graph and improve readability if users desire to do so
I often wish to duplicate a connected set of nodes. If I select the
root node, then type control-c to copy and control-v to paste, the
duplicate is inserted as a child of the root node (and not disconnected
from the original set of nodes, as I would like).
How about a "duplicate" feature that would copy the current selection and then paste it disconnected?
Alternatively, one might allow one to enter a state in which no node is selected (perhaps by pressing the 'escape' key). When in that state, any nodes pasted will be pasted disconnected.4 votes
At the moment you are very limited in where you can place Parents and Children-Perhaps introduce a "free" mode where you can place the Parents and Children wherever you want without everything automatically altering67 votes
It would be really nice if we could link a node in mind map to another mind map with a relative path . eg if we have many mind maps in a folder ..
>Car=>Link to=> "car.mup"
Eg in above example if we could click on car and go a mindmap called car.mup somewhere in the folder . it would be a clean ,navigable and much more maintainable map. esp we are have huge maps.
Note : map files could be accessed using relative paths eg : ~/folder/folder/car.mup278 votes
It would be great if we could format the bubble text like we can use bold,italic,underline,highliigher,different fonts and text color so that while revising the maps we can easily find what we are looking for.457 votes
Ability to create a linked Google Doc, eg. an indented bullet lists and or styled titles. Changing the map change the doc and vice versa.
The use case is : mapping the content of an article within MindMup and quickly jump to text editing without export / file management headache.44 votes
How about a "free" layout where nodes can be placed anywhere on the screen?300 votes
There are times when I visualize things as a hierarchical list and there are other times I'd visualize the tree graphically.129 votes
you can create an outline now by doing file→export to local disk→text (or html). the text export creates a tab separated outline, which you can load easily in excel. the html outline creates a doc that you can load in a browser or with word/similar text editors.
How is the proposal different from the current feature?
Some way of adding some basic math into our nodes154 votes
Could we have a chat window incorporated into the collaboration sessions along with a way to add comments that stay with the session after it's closed (without adding a node) kind of like Google docs does now? I think this would improve the collaboration capabilities a lot!54 votes
what kind of comments would you like to leave? can you give us a few examples? how would that improve the collab capabilities?
Currently your site does userAgent sniffing on page load, which is a web anti-pattern (see https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTTP/Browser_detection_using_the_user_agent, https://css-tricks.com/browser-detection-is-bad/, https://www.sitepoint.com/why-browser-sniffing-stinks/ and plenty of other resources). After all, a user can just override the user agent string.
Instead you should use feature detection to either shim when a feature is unavailable or then block until that browser supports the feature.
For the record - the app works fine in Edge with a userAgent that tells you it's actually Chrome.36 votes
To make life a lot easier than having to color each node individually8 votes
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