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?
It could be nice to highlight a node and its children by creating a colored zone around the concerned node.4 votes
Would be great to be able to place graphic outline elements into the map. For example draw an outline around a group of nodes to create a different kind of more loose connection/grouping. Nice if such shapes could be colored too and placed behind the map.151 votes
Ability to store files to any restful webservice, either by providing an existing URI (PUT) or a creation URI (POST)
This could be used in order to integrate MindMup to existing Document Management Sytems4 votes
One feature I see in lots of other mind maps is a small table in the node, thus giving the user the ability to list longer lists of related information without having to create many extra nodes.14 votes
we have the concept of attachments – where you an add lots of rich text stuff including tabular info. (http://blog.mindmup.com/p/working-with-attachments.html)
What would you get with table nodes that current attachment support doesn’t give you?
tags could be used to see the connectivity and also search through the map43 votes
** Current behavior **
In the rich text attachment editor
(1) make the part of the string be highlighted by dragging
(2) press the hyperlink button on the menu bar
(3) enter a URL
(4) press the Add button
Clickable URL is added to the top position of the attachment.
And the dragging part of string(1) becomes marked gray.
** Proposal **
The highlighted part above of the string itself becomes clickable.6 votes
I think the Mind Map could be useful to represent some RDF graph as well, so it would be interesting to be able to import/export from/to RDF.2 votes
Save notes to a notebook in evernote.96 votes
The new Atlas publishing option creates static HTML from mind maps, and you can then easily pull this into evernote. See http://discover.mindmup.com/atlas
Does this give you what you need, or is there something else that we need to consider regarding Evernote?
As far as I can see, the user interface is only available in English. This is be a big hurdle for those people that don't speak English. The user should be able to choose the interface language and the choice should stick between sessions.
Ideally the language could be specified as part of the access URL, so we can give it away to our users and be sure they will be accessing the application in the right language from the start.46 votes
(1)Press the [up key] on the top node,then Shift to the node at the bottom.
(2)Press the [down key] on the bottom node,then Shift to the node at the top.4 votes
For collapsed braches, in addition to the node box graphic changing to a set of 4 stacked nodes (which bears no relation to how many nodes have been hidden) add a label to the stack graphic which shows the number of child nodes that are hidden eg (+23). Clicking on the stack/label or using / would then expand the child nodes. Similar to the paper click for attachments17 votes
Why: to enrich the nodes with additional structured data, so the mind map can be used for importing/exporting purposes. Freemind has the same feature where you can switch the visibility of the attributes.54 votes
Ctrl-<Cursor-left> & Ctrl-<Cursor-right> would be the logical shortcuts.19 votes
I would like you to reflect the collapsed state to output of the pure text
I.E. In the case of child nodes of a certain node is collapsed、child nodes below does not output.2 votes
"To make the text bold"
[Ctrl] + [B]
"To italicize the text"
[Ctrl] + [I]
[Ctrl] + [U]
"Strikethrough in the text"
[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [S]
"On / off function of auto-wrap text"
[Ctrl] + [W]225 votes
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