Wednesday, 28 January 2015
To get started, just click on File->Publish to Atlas, or click the Publish button in the top-right corner.
Tuesday, 20 January 2015
Mindmup Atlas makes it easy to share mind maps with the world, when you just want to publish to an audience instead of co-creating with collaborators.
MindMup Atlas is a cloud mind map library that enables authors to publish interactive, read-only versions of their maps, optimised for posting to social networks, embedding in web sites and search engine indexing. With just a few clicks, share your ideas and engage your readers using interactive mind maps. Let Atlas serve your content securely and quickly through a global content delivery network, or download your maps and host them on your web site.
For an example of how maps look and work in atlas, see this map.
To get started, just select File->Publish to Atlas from the MindMup main menu.
Atlas is in Beta now, so it's still work in progress and we'll be improving it significantly in the future. We'd love to hear your feedback and ideas!
Monday, 5 January 2015
- lightning fast idea capture on a mobile device, using our innovative quick entry toolbar.
- make the most out of a small screen, with touch-friendly controls and buttons
- work with on-screen or physical keyboards
- work offline - no internet connection needed to save or edit maps on the device
- send the maps to cloud storage when you want to continue working on another device or the web app
- import/export, load and save maps to any iOS-supported cloud storage, using the iOS8 extensions and iCloud Drive
- for MindMup Gold users, easy upload and download of Gold maps to iOS devices
Sunday, 7 December 2014
- Auto-saving to disk: For maps on disk, you can turn on auto-saving. Just open the File menu and choose "Turn on autosave". (You can easily turn it off from the File Menu as well). This option is global - so it will work on all maps in the window until you turn it off.
- Save under a different name: You can now save a file as a copy, leaving the original one intact, by choosing the option File->Save As...
Sunday, 14 September 2014
According to Google analytics, last week was our busiest week ever on MindMup. A total of 28,976 people came to work on 108,563 maps, including 15,453 newly created maps. Google analytics recorded 40,305 sessions, with the average session length of roughly 34 minutes. Here's a weekly usage graph so you can see the trend.
By the way, we created a new web site that explains some less known aspects of MindMup at http://discover.mindmup.com - check it out to see if you could get more out of this tool.
Saturday, 6 September 2014
Unfortunately, maps stored in your browser profile (offline) won't be easily accessible. Browsers completely isolate the secure and non-secure profiles even on the same site, and we'd have to break the security in order to access maps cross-profile. The browser profile maps were used by a tiny percent of our users, and are currently probably the biggest cause of support issues (because people accidentally delete them when clearing browser cache). Now that there is a proper offline solution for MindMup, we decided to simply drop the support for such maps and avoid future problems.
If you have maps in your browser profile, you can export them and save to your local disk, then load to MindMup and save online, or just use directly in the MindMup Desktop application. To export your maps, go to http://www.mindmup.com/export_browser_maps.
Sunday, 31 August 2014
For more information, see the Storyboards documentation page.