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History is a powerful feature, but the information on changes is lost in the overcrowded history of fold/unfold which do not bring value.
So I would not record fold/unfold events in history, or at a minimum be able to opt out of recoding these events.1 vote
the history list now shows only important events; check out https://www.mindmup.com/news/2023/01/12/history-ephemeral.html for more information
Sometimes my students want to toggle between reasons and objections, turning one into the other. At present, they have to copy the text from a reason, then delete the reason, then create an objection and paste the text in. This is rather laborious. There is a "Toggle reason/objection" button, but it's greyed out.1 vote
this already works, but the students need to select the group overline (red/green) to activate the toggle. just click the overline to select it.
otherwise, if a claim is selected, it can only be toggled into an implicit/explicit claim.
It would be great to use arrows to represent inferences in argument visualization mode. This would indicate the direction of support. As it stands, the green lines don't tell the viewer which claims support what. They're just connected. But, if there were arrows going from lower claims to higher ones, this would be an easy visual cue that tells viewers which claims support which claims. I should note that this is standard practice in pen-and-paper argument mapping.2 votes
We’re making argument visualisations more inclusive with a new visual theme for MindMup, that provides support also for arrows:
Currently connections between nodes can be unidirectional.
It would be very useful that the connection could be bi-directional (arrowheads pointing to both connected nodes).5 votes
You can now add arrows to default node-child connections, and toggle them in any direction. Check out https://www.mindmup.com/news/2020/07/21/connector-arrows.html for more information.
MindMup ---------------------> Word
Main Title ---> Main Title
Level 1 ---> Title 1
Level 1 Notes ---> Normal Text
Level 2 ---> Title 2
Level 2 Notes ---> Normal Text
Level 3 ---> Title 3
Level 1 Notes ---> Normal Text1 vote
this is how ‘export as outline’ already works; you can choose if you want headings or bullets, and optionally include notes
I can only do this when manually connecting nodes together4 votes
You can now add arrows to default node-child connections. Check out https://www.mindmup.com/news/2020/07/21/connector-arrows.html for more information.
Currently, when I've drawn a line from Node1 to connect to Node2, it appears to anchor not to Node2 (absolute) but rather to the location on the screen where the node is currently rendered (relative).
So, once I expand or collapse another tree that affects the current location of the connected nodes, the line coming out of Node1 doesn't point/connect to Node2 anymore.
A manual screen Refresh is required to restore the connections (which loses the user the map focus).1 vote
hi – thanks for reporting this, there was an issue affecting some maps and should be fixed now.
It totally makes the auto-save pointless.2 votes
we implemented a workaround for a problem that caused this for some users, hopefully this will solve the problem for you as well. the new version should be globally available in about 30 minutes – after the new version loads your google authentication the first time, it should try to automatically refresh it in the background before it asks for reauthentication.
For argument mapping, distinguish between pros and cons with different kinds of lines and not just color
Some users are red/green color blind. Perhaps an objections could be a red arrow that is composed of dashes, or that has a dash through it.1 vote
We’re making argument visualisations more inclusive with a new visual theme for MindMup: https://www.mindmup.com/news/2020/10/28/argument-visualization-high-impact.html
I use Mindmup to to track milestones and critical tasks. It would be very helpful to have a one-click function that would add a checkmark to the node (or change node style) to indicate that the task has been completed. Changing to colour is a pain in the ass in the current version - too many steps.1 vote
check out the progress sidebar, does exactly that https://www.mindmup.com/tutorials/progress.html
O365 Teams has apps: I can pin the app (or rather the file which is editable by the app) to my Team's channel and that has two consequences:
- access rights: only the team members have access to the file
- organisation/discovers ity: all documents related to the channel (in most cases channel is a project or customer) regardless of type are in one place18 votes
From the share button, you can generate a link that gives reading permissions to anyone who has it.6 votes
You publish the map, and you’ll get a read-only link that you can share with anyone. People who have the link can see the read-only published version without signing in. Just use the top-right publish button, or use File → Publish
Currently, if you create a team, everyone in the organization can view the team maps. For academic purposes, we need to be able to limit access to only members of the team.1 vote
with maps saved to MindMup cloud storage, you can add sub-teams (parts of the organisation), and then share maps with subteams. that way, only the people in a smaller group can see the map. See https://www.mindmup.com/tutorials/mindmup-cloud.html#team for more information.
Offer and quick and easy to enter my list of mindmups without needing to click several buttons on different screens.
When I am ready to work I want to begin NOW. Dealing with a few clicks before starting is irritating.1 vote
This feature is really useful in Argument Visualisation mode, so I end up converting my maps to this format so I can refer to the numbered hierarchy.1 vote
we have an initial version of this feature, you can activate it with view→labels
We use mind maps in our wiki as an overview. What we miss is to be able to jump to the wiki item directly from the overview map. We could link the mup to our wiki and then the single nodes back to the wiki (testautomationpatterns.org).3 votes
check out https://www.mindmup.com/tutorials/linking.html – it explains how to add web links to nodes
More than 1 person could be adding stuff to the mindmup live (real time)3 votes
this already works with MindMup cloud storage, and is available to all Gold users. The infrastructure costs for collaboration make it unsustainable for us to offer this to free users.
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.4 votes
Organisational admins can create teams, and you can share with everyone in a team – just ask your admin to assign everyone in your class to a team. here is how: https://www.mindmup.com/tutorials/teams.html
btw, the share by email also allows you to share with larger groups, but you can add up to 10 emails at a single time, so just click share again and paste more emails if you want. Creating a team would make it certainly more convenient.
My work recently discovered Mindmup. several of our teammates decided to buy their own licenses of Mindmup. it was great! it once we created a few maps we decided we need to go in and add some notes to other teammates maps but we cannot share those maps without them being published publicly. I feel that if you wish to share a map with someone, you should just have to add their email whether they have a different mindmup account or not.39 votes
this is now possible for all existing gold users, you should just be able to load a map and collaborate with other people — use the share button in the top right corner and send an invite to another user.
for organisational gold users, you can also use the Share button to turn a private map into a “team map”, instantly available to all users of the same organisational account.
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