Articles tagged with: mindmanager
Wojciech Korsak’s review of the aHa!Coaching MindManager 2WayXLS add-in.
“The aHa!2WayXLS add-in for project planning is an accessible method to export your project and task information from Mindjet®MindManager to Microsoft ®Excel and back(…)”.
“I would suggest you try it out in your business environment. You can download a trial version of this excellent solution here”
Read the full article on the Explorer-consulting blog
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Online mindmapping offers several advantages when sharing knowledge and information. It furthermore saves time and is perfectly applicable when brainstorming, conducting meetings and ‘project start-ups’. It requires a little extra effort from both the leader and the attendees of the meeting. More about that later in this post.
Nowadays several cloud apps are available. Seavus DropMind have had a web version of their desktop version of DropMind from quite some time now. The version we tested is 2.7 web and was made available …
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A few days ago Mindjet announced MindManager 9 for Mac. Business partners were invited to attend a webinar about the upcoming application. Expect a thourough test by Hypershifters as soon as we have it! MindManager version 9 for Mac will be released on June 23.
Click on the image below to see an online mindmap (created using a plug-in for MindManager for Windows) that shows the new features in a right-brain friendly way.
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Recently MMDevX (MindManager Developers Exchange) is launched. This is a community and platform site about Mindjet® MindManager® and companies/ people creating extentions and additions to one of the leading MindMapping software tools. People who are using MindManager for work or other matter like it even more when new features are added. This community platform is solely for MindManager addins. There are several thirdparty addins, addons for SharePoint® SAP® etc.
Since the website is launched a special offer of aHa!addins is available… The 6 aHa!addins are surely speeding up your work in …
Author: Brian Friedlander
I find myself spending more times these days creating and putting up more information on the web for both the classes the I teach and the workshops that I facilitate. As a result, I am always looking for tools that will make it easier for me to accomplish these goals. I spend a lot of time using various mind mapping tools to brainstorm and communicate the ideas and information that I will cover in my sessions. I tend to use MindManager 9 now to create a lot …
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About a year ago a Hypershifter created a project plan with task information and sent the file as a PDF to a fellow Hypershifter. The latter thought his colleague was kidding. Nearly all text in the (sub)topics had disappeared.
After this strange problem occurred a few more times we discovered the source of the problem, MindManager for Windows export functionality. A mindmap created in Windows and exported as a PDF file can give problems on Mac OSX. When opening the PDF it is possible part of or all text is …
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The latest Mindmanager version for Mac OSX users MindManager version 7. Mindmanager version 8 – the latest and greatest from manufacturer Mindjet – is not available for the Apple platform, yet. Until now, no announcement has been made as to when a version 8 for Mac OSX wil be made available.
Being a newbie at using Mindmapping software, I was pleasantly surprised by the way Mindmanager 7 runs on my Macbook. Everything is running smoothly, and without help files or other instructions I was able to make mindmaps on the fly.
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