MindManager 2012 features an integrated web browser. This isn’t a new feature; it actually debuted with MindManager 2009, the previous version of the program. But Mindjet has significantly enhanced it in the 2012 version, making it possible to conduct the bulk of your research for a report or project within this full-featured mind mapping program.
MindManager 2012 streamlines the process of moving content from the web browser to your mind map. You can now add images, blocks of text and entire web pages to your map in a single click. In addition, you can edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint files within the browser pane, without leaving MindManager. That’s pretty cool!
In this new Insider video, I will demonstrate these capabilities to you, and I’ll explain how you can use them to conduct research or gather materials for a report, using a combination of MindManager’s integrated browser and a smart map part.
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