By popular demand I've posted a much-belated release of Map2Excel for Mindjet 15 on the Map2Excel page. Note that because I have not invested in necessary cirtificates, you will get warnings about download being unsafe from Windows and your browser. Please comment below if you experience and problems or send email to info at activityowner.com.
From the GTD-MindManager Yahoo Group today: I am pleased to tell you that Gyronix is planning to redesign and re-release ResultsManager, to bring it up to date and add a number of enhancements, including much faster dashboard preparation. If you have not yet received an email about this, the best way to get more details [...]
Nick Duffill is one of the leading experts on mind mapping and the use of mindmapping software. I noticed in the Andrew Wilcox Daily that he conveyed some key advice recently at the Bigger Plate conference in the UK, captured in the video below. He makes some extremely important points here in this video on [...]
Google announced this week it is discontinuing its RSS reader service on July 1st. I wonder if this will turn out to be a somewhat tone deaf decision on their part. In general it seems like Google likes any service they can provide that gets me to login to their system. The message here seems [...]
By popular demand, I added a tabular Excel import to the Map2Excel add-in for MindJet. to the latest beta (1.0.0083).Quick illustration below.
1. Create an Excel file with the map title in the 1st cell and the subsequent main topics and sub-topics in subsequent rows and columns and save it to disk. 2. After you have installed the Map2Excel add-in for Mindjet, click on the "Import" button in the "Map2Excel" tab: 3. Select the Excel File: 4. [...]
By popular demand, I finally hunkered down and added code to reverse the Map2Excel process to allow you to import a Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet into MindManager ("Excel2Map") to create a new map. This comes with several limitations: It assumed the spreadsheet is in the format of the "Outline with Details" export At this point it [...]
It has been a busy year so I haven't had much chance to evaluate MindJet Connect. Most of my experience is with the legacy MindJet Catalyst, which I find very powerful for collaborative and simultaneous co-editing of maps from multiple desktop users. This morning I took a look at Connect (or the web portion of [...]