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.439 votes
How about a "free" layout where nodes can be placed anywhere on the screen?288 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.mup267 votes
To allow using styles to define bubbles' colors, shape, etc.253 votes
you can now change the text size in individual nodes easily. here’s how: https://youtu.be/AtIYtsAvSeE
add stock icons similar to what XMIND has. it's pretty useful to have icons such as 1,2,3,4 to identify priorities. Smileys and flags are also useful indicators. The workaround now is to upload the images as the icons.251 votes
I'm a bit late to the ballgame and have found that the mindmup legacy google-chrome extension is no longer available in 2017. Working offline for notes and research organization is immensely helpful on-the-go between meetings and classes.
Can either the original legacy mindmup offline chrome extension be reinstated for use with local files or a mindmup 2 desktop chrome extension be made available?240 votes
When creating mind maps they can become very large with lots of children nodes linking ideas. To help this problem it is really useful to dill down on a child node to create a sub-mindmap, in the sub-mindmap the child become the parent node in the centre, and all its child nodes are shown. This means you can create one large mind map and dill down onto set topics or area you are working on. A software called "xmind" does this but it doesn't link to google drive.
Keep up the good work guys :)214 votes
while this is getting votes, just a quick note that this is already available as a three-step process:
1) use ctrl+x (or cmd+x on mac) to cut a subtree
2) Use File→new from clipboard (potentially in a new mindmup window) to create a new map from the cut tree. Save it and copy the URL from the browser
3) paste the URL into the original map as a new node – this will link to the new map
"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]213 votes
It's annoying all the children nodes are on one side of the parent nodes. Ideally nodes are around the parent node for better visualisation when revising.194 votes
Merging TWO separated nodes into one .. by connecting it and continuo from there. Ability to make "TWO parents. ONE child"168 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.150 votes
Allow a node to be a true task and ideally integrate it with Google Tasks. If not that, create a list of tasks assigned to you as user with due dates and a listing by Map/Project and then a listing with all tasks.144 votes
Some way of adding some basic math into our nodes137 votes
There are times when I visualize things as a hierarchical list and there are other times I'd visualize the tree graphically.127 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?
Have the ability to place text box's anywhere on the map. For example, I color code nodes and would be nice to be able to place a legend on the map for others to understand what the colors mean.98 votes
It would be great to have choices in how the mindmap is laid out. The vertical orientation of the current mind map makes it difficult to see the "whole map" if you are sharing it in a web meeting for insights (i.e., online retrospective). This could be accomplished by some of the other suggestions such as "emphasizing major nodes" and the current collapse/expand subtree feature.98 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?
The child can be anywhere not exactly beside the parent, I can drag it far or close. This allows me to shape the mind map as i see fit.
you can use shift+drag to pull nodes far or close (http://blog.mindmup.com/2013/09/use-shiftdrag-to-manually-position-nodes.html) – how is what yuo propose different from that?
Ability to filter which nodes are visible - based on status - eg don't show complete, or only show completed, or only show status > 10 etc76 votes
Being able to merge another MindMup as a child or sibling to your own "MindMup" will allow people to work on their own part (sibling or child) of a bigger project, and the project manager can be able to put all "sub-mups" (child and siblings) together to a complete project MindMup.
An alternative to merging MindMup's would be making it possible to assign a "child" or a "sibling" to a collaborator and that the only prt of a bigger project he can edit and develop.76 votes
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