MindJet Mind Manager 17 - WHERE IS EXPORT TO WEB PAGES?!

  • 2
  • Question
  • Updated 6 months ago
Have just upgraded from Version 16, where the SHARE option included EXPORT AS WEB PAGES. This option does not appear to be available in Version 17, and its critical to producing training sheets for remote users to view. I do not want to include  Can you please advise where this functionality has moved to, since it does not appear on the SHARE option in Version 17.

Many thanks

Photo of Geoff Evelyn

Geoff Evelyn

  • 3 Posts
  • 0 Reply Likes

Posted 1 year ago

  • 2
Photo of Nick Duffill

Nick Duffill, Champion

  • 505 Posts
  • 168 Reply Likes
The web pages export function can be re-enabled at File tab > Options > Add-ins. Check the box next to the "Save as Web Pages" Add-in and click OK, then this function will be reinstated in the File tab > Export page. 
Photo of Geoff Evelyn

Geoff Evelyn

  • 3 Posts
  • 0 Reply Likes
Ahh so *that's* where it is! Many thanks have enabled it now. Couldn't find that detail in the help guide :/


Photo of Simon ARDRON


  • 1 Post
  • 0 Reply Likes
Thanks Nick
Photo of Sia Banihashemi

Sia Banihashemi, Official Rep

  • 92 Posts
  • 28 Reply Likes
Hi Geoff, Have you tried the HTML5 export in MindManager 2017? If so, is there a reason you prefer the old export to web pages?
Photo of Ary Velstra, Expert Trainer

Ary Velstra, Expert Trainer

  • 1178 Posts
  • 179 Reply Likes
HTML5 is beautiful and nice to share a map with colleagues.

But the Web export is used for a different purpose and also for a different audience who do not understand the use of (mind)maps.
WebExport is used to create internal and external referencesystems because of the navigation and content options.
Also I see  webdesigners creating  a draft version with the webexport to improve commuication with their customers



Photo of Alex Gooding

Alex Gooding, Champion

  • 815 Posts
  • 207 Reply Likes
Ary raises a very important point here. HTML 5 is great - if you want to export a map to include in a web page. If however you want to export a conventional website you have to use Web export. It's basic and not very pretty but it does the job, especially as Ary suggests if you want to mock up a draft of a site quickly.

It would be great if Web export could be beefed up and possibly combined in a single dialogue with HTML 5 where you chose one or the other - or even both if you wanted a map as a front-end menu page.
Photo of Albert


  • 1 Post
  • 0 Reply Likes
Would like this too