Turn your mindmap into a web page, and you can share with URL, or add to resume

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MindManager 2017 added HTML5 interactive map export method

you can use it ,turn it into a web page

just upload your HTML to WuliHub , and you will get a URL

you can share URL to your colleague, customer,  boss or add it to your resume

Feature video on Youtube(Part 2 is the MindManager)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLBRoUT0YwI

Demo

http://www.wulihub.com/cloud/25/a0d674d12083b5b4a7eb70a8150ff0a2-13/index.html


site

http://www.wulihub.com/
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Cheng Xi

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Posted 1 month ago

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Ary Velstra, Expert Trainer

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Or.... and easier ;-) Use te Publish feature / function in MIndManager to reach all audience you want
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Mike Palmer

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My organisation has MM2018 Enterprise and I am exploring use of the Publish capability to allow users access to maps in HTML5 format through MS365 Teams. However I have concerns about security. There is little or no recent information on n on security that I can find so would be useful if someone could point me at this detail if it exits. It is unlikely that I will be allowed to put data onto Mindjet's webservers via the Publish function and I was wondering if there are any plans to enable the publish capability to be implemented by organisations to their own private web servers?
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Ary Velstra, Expert Trainer

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As an alternative MIndjet provides the export to HTML5, this looks very similar and you can place those clickable files on any secure server you are allowed to use.