Mindjet Applications 2010-2012 (Mastermind Specialist Subject)

In order to explain to myself, my clients and those of you who follow this blog, I thought I would try to display in a mind map what has been happening over the last 2 years. Great preparation for appearing on the BBC’s Mastermind quiz show with the specialist subject “Mindjet Applications 2010-2012” (click Mastermind if you do not understand what I am alluding to).

Here is my first draft showing all the applications (tell me if I have missed something, please) and the routes for maps to flow between them. Click the map to see full size.

Mindjet Applications 2010 - 2012 with data flows: MindManager, Connect, Catalyst, Mac, Windows, iOS, SharePoint, Android, Cloud, Web, On-premise Server, Action, Connect SP, MindManager Explorer for SharePoint

And now with the relationships removed

Mindjet Applications 2010 to 2012 no data flows

And finally for today’s situation with the data flows back:

Mindjet Applications 2012 Mindjet 11 (was MindManager) info graphic showing how the mobile apps, cloud file server, desktop PC and Mac applications, browser client, SharePoint on-premise server share data (maps)

All very easily done from the same map using Power Filter and the Show/Hide functions to display relevant parts of the map.

Please download a copy of the Mindjet Applications 2012

Hope you find this useful.  Any comments will be very welcome.

A couple of Mindmanager 2012 to Mindjet 11 differences noted whilst doing this:

  • The Export Image on the Quick Access Toolbar is correct now (it used to show a PDF symbol!) 🙂
  • There is a warning that you have Filtered the map and are using Show/Hide in the bottom left hand corner of your screen.

About Andrew Wilcox

Andrew is an experienced user of MindManager who shares his knowledge and advice for free here. And provides commercial training and consulting on how to exploit MindManager and other mind mapping software applications in business, organisations and for individuals at Cabre For more information about Andrew please visit his Google + profile.

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3 Responses to “Mindjet Applications 2010-2012 (Mastermind Specialist Subject)”

  1. Bob Levy says:

    VERY interesting post. Most interesting is the complexity that Mindjet has created. Spent a good deal of time on the phone with MJ very confused about all of their offerings and not sure what each of them is. A colleague of mine received the 11 special offer with this list:

    · Mindjet
    o Mindjet desktop app
    o Mindjet 11 for Windows
    o Mindjet 9.5 for Mac
    o Mindjet web app
    o Mindjet mobile apps
    § Mindjet 1.1 for Android
    § Mindjet 2.6 for iPhone and iPad
    o Mindjet on-premise app
    Andrew, you maps start but do not totally explain what all these are.
    What is the difference between Mindjet desktop app and Mindjet 11 for Windows and Mindjet on-premise app. I love the link to master mind and only ask, When are your or have you appeared. Look forward to watching.

  2. Andrew Wilcox says:

    I am still in discovery mode on this new suite of products but here is what understand with respect to your questions.

    The Mindjet Desktop apps are Mindjet 11 for Windows or for Mac (that might be known as Mindjet for Mac 10). You get both OS licenses with Mindjet 11. Mac users may find this useful. They can install Mindjet 11 for Windows in Parallels and use all the features that are missing on the Mac version! I hope Windows PC users can lend their Mac license to a friend.

    Mindjet UK employee James Fletcher provides some more insights in his Reason to Upgrade to the new “Mindjet” on Biggerplate..

    The Mindjet on-premise server (was Connect SP) sits on an existing SharePoint server and gives all users of the SharePoint Server web editing tools identical, I think, to Mindjet Web. Here is Mindjet’s product page for Mindjet On-premise server. It costs £3,750 and is for the larger organisation.

    I have not appeared on MasterMind. I did rather well on the couch when someone had the specialist subject Steeleye Span a folk rock band. It helps if you know that David Bowie and Peter Sellers each played on one of their tracks. I have no plans to apply to appear.

  3. Bob Levy says:

    Thanks, the link is very informative

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