Map2Excel now exports colors, icons and custom properties

Map2Excel, a utility for exporting Mindjet MindManager maps to Microsoft Excel 2010 has been upgraded to version 1.0.0054 with several new features. Text retains MindManager colors Icons are exported as columns Custom properties exported as columns Images exported in comments enlarged New option to overwrite previous export (avoid accumulating excel sheets) Column widths better fit […]

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ActivityOwner.Com add-in updates

I just wanted do a quick “two-minute action” post on some updates to add-ins on the site over the past few weeks. Most have been discussed in the comments but merit an announcement. Post below if you have questions or are experiencing any problems or just want to let me know you still use the […]

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How to improve MindManager?

Mindjet has a new mindjet.uservoice.com site where users can suggest and vote on new features for MindManager. I learned of this after Andrew Wilcox posted a suggestion on the mindmanager yahoo group for adding an option to disable new multiple hyperlink feature. I added a suggestion for adding a “Left Map” map layout option. This […]

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MindManager 2012

Updated add-ins for MindManager 2012 have been posted for Map2Excel, MindReader, MarkTaskComplete, MyMapMacros, and Omni2Map.

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Map2Excel 2012

The Map2Excel add-in is now available for MindManager Professional 2012. In addition to exporting maps in outline or tabular format, Map2Excel has the ability to export useful hyperlinks either to map topics or external links. The source code for the older SAX Basic version Map2Excel was released under Creative Commons 3.0.

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Omni2Map: Export OmniFocus to MindManager

As I mentioned in my earlier OmniFocus for IPad Review, I recently adopted OmniFocus as my home project management system for Getting Things Done (GTD) In the review I noted several weaknesses of the IPad app that I thought I might be able to address with a MindManager Add-in (Omni2Map). As a Windows user, I […]

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OmniFocus for IPad Review

As I mentioned in my last post on Declaring GTD Bankruptcy, I recently decided to switch my personal GTD system to make better use of my new Ipad 2. Why Switch? Besides the value of having to reconsider all my priorities in the migration process, the main driver was to get away from my home […]

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Declaring GTD Bankruptcy

I would venture to guess that the typical person has at least a 100 items flow to them during the course of their day that are candidates for their to do list. These may show up by email, by phone, by mail, or by walking past an newly arrived home repair project. David Allen’s Getting […]

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