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  1. A hotkey and a toolbar shortcut to make open "all the nodes" at one go

    This kind of thing will help when the map is big and you want to save mindmup in image(PNG) format

    3 votes
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  2. Ability to format text inside bubbles like make it bold(at least)

    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.

    531 votes
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  3. Lock nodes status

    When I use the Progress extension I define some colors to tasks. Then when I go to my taks that are childs of nodes that are ideas, not tasks, the ideas take the colors of the state from the childs and that is not usecefull. Also when you are collaborating with people and you want to let them know that some node should be lock by the moment, somebody can change it if you don't lock it. Could be some other ways that "lock" is a good feature.

    12 votes
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  4. Save to Non-Github git repository

    Save to a git repository with specifying URI "git://~~~".

    I want to save a mindmap to a non-Github git repository. Because Github private repository is not free. Git is not only Github.

    7 votes
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  5. Associating metadata with nodes to enable linear sorts and alternative layouts

    Another user suggested alternative layouts like hierarchical views, but another layout that would be useful for me is a linear sort to be able to see nodes in order of when they were created/edited. This would require associating timestamp metadata with each node. I'm not sure if this is already done, but even if it is, being able to sort over this metadata would be awesome.

    The suggestion for alternative layouts is here: http://mindmup.uservoice.com/forums/200447-what-should-we-focus-on-next-/suggestions/4126728-provide-alternative-outline-view

    15 votes
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  6. Bubble and text styles

    To allow using styles to define bubbles' colors, shape, etc.

    264 votes
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  7. "Isolate" a node by zooming in, collapsing siblings, and centering on a selected node

    For large trees it'd be nice to have a shortcut key that in one key press:

    1) centered & zoomed on the selected node
    2) collapsed the sibling nodes to "focus" the view on the selected sub-branch

    64 votes
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  8. Export a readable image of a small map

    I have a small map, let's say 4 nodes. I want to export it to PNG and use it a presentation. However, exporting ignores zoom level. So I get a small image, which is useless for presentation. The workaround is to capture screen and crop the image in a browser, but this leaves one node with a selection and the background is not transparent.

    4 votes
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  9. Crosscutting Feature with Nodeannotation or Tagging

    Hey,

    there are things which span on a different level across.

    As an example: Think about a Mindmap with Services. Like Web, Database, Email etc. and every one of those 'nodes' need information about how to backup its data.

    What you would do without crosscutting: You would make an backup node on every one of those nodes.

    With an annotation or an Tag, you can add a Backupannotation (with content).

    The benefit is quite simple: you can have an list view where you see all annotations and all nodes annotated with it. It will generate an 'Backupinformationlist' automaticly.

    Perhaps an…

    4 votes
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  10. layers

    Incorporate the possibility of layers.

    E.g. the same root node could have different children on different layers. [They could remain visible by having different levels of transparency (probably a max of 3 layers for clarity here?)] Thus the same root node could be explored in different contexts represented by the layers themselves.

    One example (obviously users can create their own use-metaphors) might be that the root node represents a 'cause' with child nodes representing 'effects'. Different layers could show the effects of the root node "cause", given differing contexts- i.e. the cause has different effects in differing environments. However -…

    33 votes
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  11. Ability to publish a map in a public directory

    I'm following up onto http://mindmup.uservoice.com/forums/200447-what-should-we-focus-on-next-/suggestions/3800017-searching-browsing-through-public-mind-maps

    It would be great to be able to share publicly some maps. In the same way a drive document can be private, shared (anyone with the link), or public (searcheable and browseable).

    When a map is made publicly available, a title and tags could be added, along with other metadata (author nick name, last modif date, creation date).

    The public directory(ies) would be browseable by tags, last modification date, title, or words within the maps. Ideally the directory would be indexed by search engines, and maps would be indexed along.

    E.g. 'impact map mindmup" on…

    25 votes
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  12. Expand file submenu to match recent filename size

    If the initial node has text too long when clicking on File the "X" is not on the same line as the text.

    3 votes
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  13. Create Systems mapping tool

    A big challenge in design is the impact of unintended consequences. Systems mapping with causal feedback loops help you see the impacts of a system in one space. Your tool is very close to this- if you add causal system loops and a few other systems thinking/mapping tools, you would have the best software in the world for this.

    10 votes
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  14. collaboration users have own identity by color of text to see who suggest what or makes changes.

    When making changes or suggestions on a map it would be nice to know who suggested ideas or change a line so owner can make choice of corrections.

    19 votes
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  16. Insert Tab

    I would appreciate an insert tab where I can add features to my map that I can not access in Mindmup, but can elsewhere. I would especially appreciate being able to insert a graph or table from a spreadsheet.

    Example of an Insert Tab

    Insert Tab
    -From Google Drive
    **
    -Task (for a to-do list)
    -Image
    -From file
    -Google Image search

    **
    -Take you to your Google Drive; select document; select portion of doc. to insert into Mindmup)
    -Allow changes made to portion of selected document to change across both Drive and Mindmup

    7 votes
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  17. Export links to Freemind.

    Currently node links export to Freemind as text. (Also, the HTML tags are not closed.) Please fix!

    13 votes
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  18. Support OPML import and export

    This feature request (from someone else) was closed before, but resubmitting as requested. This would make MindMup an attractive alternative to MindNode.

    9 votes
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  19. Smoother transitions while editing multiple existing attachments.

    To edit multiple attachments, the smoothest process seems to be:

    1) Select node
    2) Press A
    3) Click edit button (don't take hand off mouse for ctrl+enter)
    4) Use mouse to place cursor
    5) Move mouse hand to keyboard to work
    6) ctrl+enter to save (usually multiple times because the esc key is a "delete everything instantly forever" button at this point)
    7) hit esc and begin the process again

    I think a better process would go something like this:

    1) Click paperclip on node: attachment opens, already in edit mode, cursor position saved from last time
    2) Move mouse…

    2 votes
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  20. LaTex Math or equation editor

    Some way of adding some basic math into our nodes

    213 votes
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