Embedding Mind Maps

MindMeister embed mind map in blog post embedding mind map

As the guy that also handles the MindMeister Twitter account, I do my very best to keep on top of community wants, needs, questions, etc.. One of the most common “How do I?” ‘s that I see revolves around our embedding feature. Let’s take a look at how to embed a MindMeister mind map in Blogger, Tumblr, and Wordpress.

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MindMeister for Google Wave

MindMeister for Google Wave

Please note: Google Wave has now been discontinued. For the latest information on MindMeister’s integrations, please visit mindmeister.com/integrations

Announced at this year’s Google I/O conference in San Francisco, Google has officially taken Wave out of beta, and made it available to all – no invites needed! To help celebrate this “Grand Opening”, we’re very happy to present: MindMeister is now available as a Google Wave gadget. Read article “MindMeister for Google Wave”

MeisterTip – Adding Links

How to link your mind maps

Whether you’re conducting a SWOT analysis of your competition and want to link out to their website, a student or professor using internal links to further explain a topic, or an individual user using links to point viewers to additional mind maps you may have created, using links is a great way to enrich your dataset. There are two unique ways to add links to your mind map: either manually, or using our WunderLink feature to seek out the most relevant topic link.

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