Did you know that it’s now possible to add a hyperlink to a certain word or phrase in your topic? Doing this is very simple and it will help you gather more information in one place. Let’s say you want to make a list for your next camping trip, your mind map would look like this: At some point, you might stumble upon some great sales for double tents in an online shop. Until now, you were able to add only one link to a topic. Now, because you can add a link per word on a topic, you can actually add multiple links to the same topic. So, here’s what you should do to add the hyperlink with the info on the sales to the word “tent”: 1. Double-click…

For quite some time now, we received multiple requests from you regarding our search functionality. So, we’ve put ourselves to work and made some major improvements, try the new Search from the upper right side of your Dashboard. What’s new? 1. The search goes through all mind maps, both private and public, and their content. For example, you want to access a map where you put down this week’s to-do list but you can’t remember the title. However, you know that ‘grocery shopping’ was in the mind map. All you have to do is type in ‘grocery’ in the Search bar. First, we will display all your private mind maps that match the keyword in terms of map title, content in topics, notes, comments, and even in the Task Info…

We recently updated our Microsoft Word (DOCX) export. Please see below how it works. 1. The central topic becomes the title of the exported document and will appear at the top with a bigger font size. Your main topics and subtopics will be listed in a headings hierarchy up until the 4th level. After the 4th level, all the subtopics will be listed as normal text with indentation. Notes are exported exactly as they are in the mind map (keeping their stylings such as bulleting, numbering, font size, and color). 2. Comments will appear on the right side of the document, in a column, each comment connected to its topic with a dotted line. The comments will also display the initials of the person who added it and the date…

We are happy to let you know that with the new update of our Desktop version, you can work simultaneously on multiple maps in different Mindomo instances. Please update your Desktop application to the latest version and give it a try. You can open several mind maps in different instances if you double-click on them or select the option ‘Open with’: If you have a mind map that is already opened, you can open another one in a different instance from the File List menu. You can also open a new Mindomo window if you right click on the Mindomo logo from your Dock and select ‘New Window’: Keep it smart, simple and creative! The Mindomo Team

Let’s start Monday with some good news! Our Desktop version now has a spell checking functionality available in the following languages: English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Russian, Norwegian, Danish, Swedish, Dutch and Portuguese. The spell checker becomes active when you are editing the topic, and all you need to do is right click on the word to see the spelling suggestions: By going to the License Info icon (at the bottom of the left toolbar in your Dashboard), then to Options, you can set a custom language for the spell checking functionality, different from the language of the application: Please give this new feature a try and let us know what you think in the comments section below. Keep it smart, simple and creative! The Mindomo Team