Connect support for MindManager for Mac

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Support the ability to access Connect maps on the Mac version of MindManager
(from Jarlath O'Neil-Dunne)
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Mindjet

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Posted 6 years ago

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monologo

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I ́ve used MM on a daily basis for years. I ́ve tried and tried to use the browser version, but it just doesn ́t cut it for me or my company mainly due to workflow-speed.
Used to use the windows version with connect which was fantastic. I would really like to implement vision/connect throughout my company, but we have a lot of macs.

I ́ve given up hope many years ago to see consistent support for the Mac platform, but keep wishing for connect implementation on the mac version. Will it ever come? The silence in this and other threads indicates a no.
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That just didn ́t happen!! Been posting on and off for years on mindjet forums and this is the first reply ever. I am very pleasantly surprised.:)
Glad to see that support has been upgraded as well as the products.

Curious to find out a little bit about the checking in/out procedure. Seem to recall that several users could collaborate on the windows version, which we used a lot.

I work in a software development company. It ́s 50/50 pc-mac . Management use macs and developers use PC.

Thanks for your answers. Looking forward to trying it out.
Regards
Mikkel
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Glad to hear about this Mac release this is great news! For your PC vs Mac stats I work in a software development company. In the entire company (incl international staff) there would be 80:20 PC:Mac but if you look at the IT and Management side of the business over the last year they have 95% been swapped out to Mac's only with Parallels used for virtualised PC access where no other alternative is available (this VM use incl testing & development). I have been a Mac user for the last 2 years and don't plan on going back to PC land. I rely on my PC only products (via Parallels) less and less. Thankyou for moving forward with the Mac piece of this product. I first came across Connect several months ago, liked the look of it but must have not looked deep enough as thought there was no Mac integration so discounted it and moved on. At that time I thought it looked great and something I could use for managing the Product Management group - excited to now be able to evaluate it.

Cheers & Please keep up the Mac development!