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.mup281 votes
Ability to filter which nodes are visible - based on status - eg don't show complete, or only show completed, or only show status > 10 etc81 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.472 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?302 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 :)222 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 allow using styles to define bubbles' colors, shape, etc.254 votes
you can now change the text size in individual nodes easily. here’s how: https://youtu.be/AtIYtsAvSeE
Right now the line you draw linking nodes it´s straight and crosses over nodes, should be better a curve lines like the ones that conects dependent nodes12 votes
The text in the node should be complemented with icons of degree of importance, progress, or simply to add images to expand the idea in the node. Every mind mapping software has this feature48 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 nodes156 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]221 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?
Keyboard junkies will thank you for Z and Shift+Z, but most natural / popular and fast way of zooming "around maps" is via mouse-wheel.
It might interfere with touch-pad scroll/pan, but if you implement both - there will happy users instead of frustrated ones.50 votes
tags could be used to see the connectivity and also search through the map42 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
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
Currently when you select multiple nodes then paste, nodes from the clipboard appended only to the first selected node.
It would be a time saver if MindMup can paste on all selected nodes instead of only to the first one.3 votes
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