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jump to another line
I need to separate my notes in the same node. But this is not allowed at this moment. I hope that the apps can be updated later with a function that is jumping to the next line by clicking "Enter" or anything in the same node.3 votes
Add copy to clipboard to the choices available when right clicking a node with a mouse or long pressing with a finger on a smartphone
Doing so will greatly facilitate using Mindmup on smartphones without much development effort. I've been using Mindmup successfully on a smartphone with few limitations. Being able to copy a node and it's descendants to the clipboard will allow reorganizing a mindmup with a smartphone.0 votes
Allowing text modifiers in the text notes window (Bold, Underline, Italics)
In the text notes widow, words can be modified,however, when we exit the window, the text resets and the formatting is lost.11 votes
Put clickable weblinks into the notes sidebar
Please can you find a way to do this as there is no option at present and if you hover over the sidebar and click on the note it take you to the node. It would be great to refer to papers in Google drive or websites.3 votes
Search and replace
Please implement search and replace, maybe with to variations: in subject headers and in notes text.3 votes
Allow us to show links across trees in top down maps.
Top-down maps are great. But I would like to be able to show co-dependencies across trees.
At the moment the only way to show links between nodes in different branches of different trees is the straight-line arrow. It would be great to to be able to bring together node connections that have a different hierarchical origin.1 vote
Automatic argument weighing
Add an automatically calculated weight number that can be represented by either numbers or thinner/thicker lines in that each reason makes the parent argument stronger by 1 point and each objection makes it weaker by 1 point. The sum is then added to the level above and so on, up to the root. The functionality this brings is, when the root is a question, negative numbers will mean a negative answer and positive numbers will mean a positive one. It's a way to make argument maps into decision maps automatically.4 votes
Resize all selected nodes together
UTMOST useful to select several nodes, resize them together as a group.
All the selected group would inherit the final size of the node which is being stretched.
This way the outcome is predictable, and the result is tidy.10 votes
Add more location for data hosting
Add more location for data hosting.
So far only us-east-1 region. It's a problem for many European company. It could be nice to other location.3 votes
Share map with a google group
Some companies manage team permissions through google groups. It would be great to be able to share view/edit permissions with a whole google group, and have these permissions updated as the google group changes.3 votes
Download as Storyboard in word INCLUDING hierarchical numbers
The function Download as Storyboard in word is already great! If it could include the numbers-view, so that the titels in word are already for example hierarchical defined the way we see it in mindmup, the work with mindmup would become even more effectiv. Or is it already possible and I don´t know this yet?3 votes
Default should be arrows going up
I love the new arrow function and the high-impact argument visualization. But I think the default option is that the arrows go up, not down. The arrows are supposed to indicate the direction of support. So, premise P supports a conclusion C if P gives us a reason to believe C, which means that the direction of rational support goes from the premise to the conclusion. Hence, the arrow should point from the premise to the conclusion. This is how argument mapping has traditionally been done, at least, for many years: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argument_map1 vote
PLEASE make it so that free users can look back at their own maps.
I recently spent about an hour making a mind map for school. I saved it, copied the link, and turned it in. Now the link doesn't work and I can't look through my old maps and get it back. Why would I ever spend money on a website that just deletes my work?3 votes
Remember custom colors for later reuse
Once I use a hex value for a single node, I would like to reuse it for other nodes. Currently I need to note down or memorize that hex value. It would be best if it showed up somewhere. Or perhaps simply implement a color picker and enable its use within the shift+space menu?4 votes
Add a colour bucket tool
Having to individually select each node to change the colour and text is time consuming, please add the ability to just save colour combinations and use them as like a colour fill tool when you need to10 votes
Option to hide/reveal connections or lines between nodes in Concept maps
When a child node has several parent nodes, connecting the child node to one parent node and linking with lines to other parent nodes is the option that we are currently using. This way the map is looking little bit clumsy with many connections and lines. If there is a way to hide/reveal these lines that'll make the presentation neat and easy to understand.1 vote
Remember setting for "Label nodes for measurement"
It appears that showing measurement values on nodes is something that has to be enabled each time that a map is opened. Would be great if it could be toggled on as a property of the document so that the information was always displayed (especially to non-authors with whom the document is being shared!).3 votes
A Geneology mode seems like a logical extension3 votes
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