Monthly Archives: January 2015

How to create maps in MindManager from directory-style tables

Update: Recently I published a series of articles covering the import of a range of material from Word, outlining some techniques which update the methods discussed below. Part A looks at the import of standard (non-table based) Word documents, Part B specifically … Continue reading

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Using MindManager dashboard maps with Outlook: part 4

Having described how to sync MindManager (MM) tasks with Outlook and then how this relationship could be used to create an interactive dashboard as well as some of the limitations and issues involved in this approach in my earlier posts, … Continue reading

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Using MindManager dashboard maps with Outlook: part 3

In my previous posts I covered how to sync MindManager (MM) tasks with Outlook and then how to use this relationship to create an interactive dashboard which can provide a basic snapshot of progress across multiple projects and maps. Once … Continue reading

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Using MindManager dashboard maps with Outlook: part 2

In the previous post I demonstrated how MindManager (MM) tasks could be integrated with Outlook categories when tasks are synced between the two programs. In this article I’ll show how a single dashboard map can be created to provide a … Continue reading

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Using MindManager dashboard maps with Outlook: part 1

Do you use MindManager, and have you always wanted to have one map to rule all the other ones? This series of posts outlines an approach that can be used to provide such a map, or at least one that would give … Continue reading

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