Map2Excel updated for MindManager 2017

Tuesday, October 11th, 2016

Map2Excel has been updated for MindManager 2017.

Excel2Map – Tabular Import

Monday, December 3rd, 2012

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.

Map2Excel now exports colors, icons and custom properties

Saturday, September 15th, 2012

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 […]

New version of Map2Excel uploaded

Tuesday, March 15th, 2011

Some users uncovered a bug in the 1st version of Map2Excel that only showed up if you hadn't previously installed the ActivityOwner Tools Add-in for MindManager. It is fixed now, so if you had trouble installing, please have another go at it and report your results: http://map2excel.com

Export a MindManager Map to Microsoft Excel

Sunday, April 26th, 2009

Mind map users need to deal with the rest of the world, which lives in lists and spreadsheets. Even MindManager users themselves often have a need to look at their map context in a less graphical format for analysis or printing. Map2Excel is a simple no-frills macro for exporting a map or portion of a […]

The Matrix

Friday, February 8th, 2008

MindManager provides a great environment for group brainstorming on issues and ideas and for organizing information. While you may start out in an unstructured way, you will often find your final product has a 3-level deep structure such as in the Pro/Con analysis shown below. In these cases it can be handy to convert this […]

Map2Table — Export your map branches to a linked web page table

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2007

On Saturday morning I confronted my ResultsManager Daily Actions Plus dashboards in MindManager facing several dozens items in my @web, @home, @errand, @workpc context lists. The problem was I had the flexibility to be in almost any of these contexts at that moment. The GTD approach in this situation is to fall back to (2) […]

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