How do I sort by tags or labels?

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I usually do this type of work in Excel, but I am wondering if I can do it better in Mindjet.

Example, I am doing some research on companies and want to be able to label or tag product offerings. Company A. does Co-Location, Managed Infrastructure, Cloud Services. Company B. does Cloud Services only. So on and so forth.

What I want to do at the end is to use some sort of filter at the end to say, show me all the companies that have Co-Location as a service and it would filter the map to show only those branches.

I want it to go further and do combination sorts, like show me all the companies that do both Co-Location and Cloud Services. I want to be able to turn on and off different filters and have the list of what is displayed and have it adjust.

This is trivial in excel and you see these competition checkmark box displays all the time. Can I do this in Mindjet? (I have version 9, but would upgrade to 2012 if needed.)

Thank you!!!

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Bob Dole

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Posted 8 years ago

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In Mindjet 11 you can

Find text in Topic Property Names, Values and Tags

You can Power Filter by Topic Tags and save the query

You can sort based on topic text

You can use the Index pane to see lists of which topics have a specific topic and tag property.

Some of these features are available in earlier versions.
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MM9 can do most of the things Andrew mentioned except for the index pane. To ge that you either have to get the Power Markers add-in for MM9 or upgrade to MM2012 or Mindjet11.

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