Hyperlinks will open in a new browser tab. Also HTML5 maps are not supported on all platforms in all browsers. View the product walk-through video below: There are also over further sub-branches of diary events of international public significance, all hyperlinked to the relevant web pages about them: With over event branches in total.
Use it as a stand-alone calendar or as a source of calendar branches in other maps. Your "year" doesn't start on January 1st? Comes with FREE Time Related Templates map which can be used in conjunction with the calendar map to create your own diary and timeline branches to the level of chronological detail you require map will be added to your cart automatically! Background Notes 1. Diary branches contain at least one hyperlink to a relevant web page about the event. Most entries will also have a link to the relevant page on Wikipedia, but these don't always exist - users could always create one if they feel they know enough about the subject to pass their knowledge on that's what Knowledge Mappers is all about folks!
Update Regime Because of the time-specific nature of this map, it is not envisaged that it will be updated regularly in the future. That said it will be revised if users notify us of any significant errors or omissions. Note also as we are continually striving to improve our maps for users, the product specification for a given type of map may be upgraded in the future eg. Specific Purpose The purpose of this map is 3-fold: Source Template - It can be used as a source template to add calendar branches to other maps.
The fact that entries can incorporate hyperlinks to websites or other documents, text and images as well as extracts from other maps, and that significant public events are already listed even for events that shift around the calendar every year eg. Easter , makes it a very powerful tool for self-organisation, forward planning and time management. Just as importantly though it will serve as a fantastic historical record of your year, not to mention digital archiving tool.
Public Education Resource - It's a public education resource. Users can discover further information about the public events in the world and perhaps make a connection that they wouldn't otherwise have done. Specific Tips For Use 1. Note during "copy and paste" the formatting of the branch contents will change to that of the theme of the map you are adding to.
Use our free " Generic Calendar " map from our website to create an annual planner keep a permanent record of events that always recur on the same date every year, such as birthdays, or have some other predictable occurrence eg. If you then maintain this Annual Planner map as a "living document" that is always to hand eg. Note a good tip is to insert a hyperlink to the relevant webpage on the branch of the Planner Map eg. Publication Date s: April latest ; October Language:
New timeline diagrams MindManager new timeline feature. In addition, file attachments, topic numbering, properties, comments and custom topic shapes are all supported in the HTML export. Users will be able to publish the map to any browser that supports HTML 5. The current Mindjet Viewer export facility will be retired with the release of MM A sample interactive export map available on the sneak peak page demonstrates the potential of the new export facility.
The map opens quickly in a Windows browser and it is easy to centre and zoom the map and open and close sub-branches.
Most though not all of the foreshadowed features are demonstrated and appear to work well. The map also opens easily on an iPad, though the viewing commands and sub-branch opening appear to require a double-click.
If these are included the potential of exported maps would be greatly increased; for example, HTML 5 maps could be used as the front end of a web site to provide a more attractive interface. Mindjet have just confirmed in the MindManager community forum that the HTML 5 export facility will indeed contain hyperlinks. The comment from a Mindjet representative states: In We are still investigating how to support local and network links from an HTML document.
Further information will be provided in the release notes. Even just with the ability to link to web pages I think as I said earlier that this will be a major new feature that will greatly increase the potential range of uses of MindManager.
This is currently available in the Enterprise version of MM 16, though it will be extended to all users in MM Zapier can work both ways. Users will be able to send MM tasks to Zapier and based on the Zaps they have created these will be sent to other applications to create tasks, trigger notifications or even insert material into databases.
Zapier will also integrate with CRM applications. Project management The main new feature is the addition of critical path management — again a feature that many users have sought for a long time.
A filter has been added that will show or hide critical tasks. In addition users will have the ability to toggle between highlighting only roll-up tasks or all tasks in the map. While these features are largely incremental they may be enough to allow some users to manage projects entirely within MM. The lack of the critical path feature in particular has been a deal breaker for some project managers. Timeline diagrams The final sneak peek deals with the introduction of timeline diagrams.
As Mindjet observes, timeline diagrams display a series of events in chronological order. It will even be possible to have multiple timelines in a single map, each starting with a separate floating topic.
The implementation as described in the sneak peek does however appear to offer greater flexibility as well as the potential to be combined with other features such as HTML 5 export and critical path analysis. Other features A number of other features were outlined in the preview but have not been the subject of a separate sneak peek.
Like the more substantial features described in the sneak peeks these are all welcome additions which have the potential to expand the usefulness of MM.