Thank you for your response. I am providing feedback to our product team on different non-enterprise use cases. Can you provide me your use-case how you envision using it as an individual or with your team? We do care about all of our users and we’re listening to your and others feedback to help use drive our portfolio decisions. We will certainly take your reply into account.
Another would be to display projects in Mindmanager on Trello Boards with tasks for review with Agile methodology and sharing with team members who are familiar with Agile and Trello but not comfortable with Mindmanager.
Additionally, those who prefer to stay away from Microsoft products (such as Outlook) would stand to benefit from Emails (like Gmail) being routed to certain maps for processing and linking with tasks sent to project maps.
We're talking about Zapier here, right? Aren't the possibilities endless?
One of the biggest and most impactful improvements Mindjet could make would be to integrate their services/products with web services. That is the single best opportunity to take Mindmanager to a wider audience. Leveraging Zapier is the easiest way to do that, as that is the gateway to the world of web integration.
Isn't Mindjet interested in gaining a wider user base? Target marketing for consumers and small businesses would be a great way to take Mindjet to the next level.
What is the opinion of the key stakeholders? Have they truly covered all there bases, leveraging all key growth strategies?
David Walsh - you can talk all you want about caring for all your users (even the single users and small teams), but your response to the voluminous and repeated requests by these users for Office365 integration for over 5 years now shows that you really don't. It's still Enterprise only - the rest of your be damned. Just read this thread to see this plainly: https://community.mindjet.com/mindjet/topics/connect_to_sharepoint_online_through_office_365-qdeb9
I wouldn't expect much better from you on this topic, even though if you would simply open up MindManager (non-Enterprise) integration with Zapier, which would enable integration with countless other apps, you could possibly keep your many individual users and small teams on your side.
I've been a faithful MM user for 8 years, but your approach to your small users is honestly repugnant (on Office365 and this topic as well).
There's no way we can afford to upgrade to Enterprise, but you still refuse to open up simple integrations (which you have already built) to us.
Your actions show that you're greedy and don't care about your users if they're not big corporations.
Words won't change this fact - only action will. You best have the CEO give us all an apology for this disgusting customers service and open these integrations quickly, or you're going to lose thousands of users in short order.
The second point in the so-called "preview" listing of the key new features in MM2017 implies that Zapier integration will be extended to non-Enterprise versions. It doesn't say this specifically but if Zapier integration was still restricted to the Enterprise version it is hard to see how it could be described as new.
This is something that Mindjet needs to clarify. Hopefully there will be an improvement in communication by Mindjet under their new owners, Corel.
Zapier offers a basic free facility and with that you can send MindManager information to a limited nummber of connected apps.
The paid option allows for filtering and workflow. options that should fit together beautifully with MindManager flowcharting options.
I informed MIndjet that the success of this Application integration will come from the single user business consultants who are capable to demonstrate the benefits to larger organizations- their customers.
After several months working with it, I am convinced even more that this zapier integration will start with those single consultants who may find this an attractive way to provide more consultancy to larger customers.
Now in MM2017, the MMenterprise-only limit will be gone. I love that.
The most probable way to get the most out of it is to design a complete integrated application consisting of MindManager and some other apps.
Any business area suggestions?