Today we are proud to announce a significant milestone in the development roadmap of our flagship Mindjet MindManager add-in, MAP for MindManager.
The 2.4 release of MAP, available today, contains 50 additional core functions for the Windows Desktop version of MindManager and continues to support MindManager 14, MindManager 15, MindManager 2016 and the latest release, MindManager 2017.
This goal could not have been reached without the support of our loyal MAP for MindManager users who have constantly provided suggestions, feedback, and encouragement. Thank you!
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This latest release adds four new functions as well as a few minor updates, improvements, and fixes. The main additions are Linked Map Roll Up, Topic Count, Set Multi-Dependency and Image Extractor.
Linked Map Roll Up – converts simple Hyperlinked Map Dashboards to easily shared single file Maps by converting Hyperlinked Maps to Attachments. Learn more about this capability here: Linked Map Roll Up.
Topic Count – enables you to quickly calculate the number of immediate Sub-Topics and/or all Topic Descendents in a Branch with 1-click. Results are displayed as a message box, a Call-Out placed on the Selected Topic or a set of Custom Properties. Learn more about this capability here: Topic Count
Set Multi-Dependency – creates “one to many” Dependencies on Task Topics in one quick action. Learn more about this capability here: Set Multi-Dependency
Image Extractor – is an easy way to quickly extract all images and/or icons used in a Map to a local directory for use in other Maps or applications. You can learn more about this capability here: Image Extractor
See MAP 2.4 in Action
You can see these new functions in action in the overview video below which is the perfect length to view while taking a coffee break.
As we mention in the beginning of this post the 50 function goal is a MILESTONE and not a LIMIT! We have more development planned for MAP, the next round of which will start with MAP 3.0, due for release in Q1 of 2017.
Once again, we thank all our loyal users for your continued support and hope that MAP for MindManager continues to enhance your MindManager mapping for years to come.