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    under review  ·  7 comments  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Filip commented  · 

    I also fully support this as this would help our associations link up without having to check how the mindmaps are linked. Linking mindmaps is easy and straightforward! But trying to figure out how or why they were linked in the first place is a bit time consuming sometimes. This would really help!

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    started  ·  Louise at iMindMap responded

    You’re able to import from MS Word and a range of other Mind Mapping software in iMindMap 10. Plus, you can export to Spreadsheet, Project, Document, Image, PDF and more…

    Filip commented  · 

    I am more and more getting engaged on the analytics side of customers' systems. One thing I miss is the ability to look through several maps and correlate how ideas and branches are linked together. That could provide a way (not THE way) to visualize a possible common approach on the ideas put forward.
    This in turn can help how the people do or do not have a common view on things, but not just a small group, but for larger set of people without having to dive into each mind map as such. Tools that can check this kind of thing already exist, but it would help in getting the data out of the mindmap application and feeding these systems with it.

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