The iMindMap Viewer came new with the recent iMindMap 6.2 update. Now you can allow friends or colleagues to view an interactive version of your map simply by clicking a link. Here is a quick crash course…
What is the Viewer
The Viewer is an interactive, read-only version of your Mind Map, shown in a web browser. You can expand and collapse branches, zoom in and out and pan around, as well as view notes and click on any website links attached to your map.
Creating a Link
In order to share your Mind Map you must first create a public link to it. That link, you will then be able to send to anyone who you want to see the map, whether they have iMindMap or not. It is as simple as that!
The steps outlined in the video below will show you how to create this link.
If you have a website, you can add links to maps in the Viewer when you want to display information in a more dynamic, visual way. This works brilliantly for a Mind Map CV or a map about your company. To create a more seamless integration, read on about embedding…
Embedding your Mind Map
Another great attribute of the Viewer is the ability to embed an interactive Mind Map in your website or blog. This is accomplished in much the same way as creating a link. You will be able to generate an embedding code and, by copying that into your website, you will be able to show off your Mind Map to all of your visitors, without having to re-direct them to the Viewer
Watch the video below to find out exactly how to embed your Mind Map.
You can use this feature for site-maps or as an easy-to-navigate resource library, as visitors will be able to access other webpages or documents simply by clicking on the branches of your Mind Map.
Once embedded in your website you will have something that looks like this. You can left click and drag on the map to move around it and use your mouse wheel (if you have one) to zoom in and out, or alternatively you can use the buttons at the bottom of the viewer.
We hope you enjoy using the iMindMap Viewer. Get sharing those Mind Maps!
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