MindManager 2017 for Windows Sneak Peek – Part 1

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MindManager 2017 HTML5 Export
Michael Deutch

September 1, 2016

In the next few weeks leading up to the launch of MindManager 2017 for Windows, we’re going to share a bit more with you about what’s coming.

For the first part of this series, let’s explore our new Universal File Export. MindManager is great for capturing your ideas, building out plans, and organizing your thinking. But those great ideas, plans, and thoughts are meant to be shared.

Which is why we’re excited to offer a brand new way to export your work and everything else you’re mapping or creating within MindManager.

The Universal File Export is called the HTML5 Interactive Map within MindManager’s export options.

It’s universal because the file can be opened by any modern browser that supports HTML5.

The export currently supports our mind map layouts as well as tree layouts, org charts, workflows, and concept maps.





Also, it offers close to 100% parity with MindManager maps with just a few exceptions.

It offers greater visual parity between the export and the original map than the now retired Mindjet Viewer (PDF) and the Mindjet Viewer (Flash) exports. For instance, the new export includes the up tree layout, the workflow and concept map layouts, file attachments, topic numbering, topic properties, topic formulas, comments, custom topic shapes, and more…

We’ve also implemented keyboard shortcuts and navigation and viewing commands to fit the map to the screen, zoom in or out, focus and center the map. The interface is clean and streamlined to provide an optimal viewing experience, eliminating visual distractions and allowing viewers to focus on what matters most, the content that you’ve created.

See for yourself. Take a look at an example and test it out on your browser:

MindManager 2017 Interactive Map

(click to open the interactive export in your browser)

Here are a few ways to start using the new export…

  • Share with others your team, department or company Org chart
  • Export your meeting minutes and share with everyone who attended and those who could not attend the meeting
  • Publish project status reports to share with all project stakeholders
  • Align your team with your vision and mission statements along with your strategic goals

Let us what you think and how you’ll use this new way to share interactive maps.

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5 Responses to “MindManager 2017 for Windows Sneak Peek – Part 1”

  1. Bob Levy

    I have been waiting for what seems like decades for the ability to publish maps on MY websites.
    Finally a good step.
    2 questions
    1. Will web links be exported (like http://www.mindjet.com)
    2. Will comments be exported?

    • Alex

      The post actually does say comments will be included which is good news, but it doesn’t make any mention of links.

      Given the incredible potential of this feature, I would be really disappointed if they are not included as these would be a fairly essential component of exported maps, especially if you are using them as a corporate dashboard front end or as an interactive company directory or org chart. The other important use for which links would be essential would be if you wanted to use an exported map as the front end to a website.

      Understandably there could be some limitations with this, such as one link per topic, but I think most people would happily live with that.

  2. Robin Capper

    This is an awesome improvement. Getting away from PDF/Flash while retaining interactive native (and walk through/outline views!) is a huge step forward for MindManager

  3. Nigel Goult

    This looks great Michael. The ability to export Maps and share them without any hoop jumping will be a big plus for MindManager users when MindManager 2017 releases.


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