Feel free to describe any Mind Mapping ideas you would like to have ClickUp add.
An offer just popped on my screen today with Business discount - apparently mind maps will be available only for those payers. I am on unlimited, it's pretty upsetting that we will not have access to this feature. Can you confirm this one @Zeb @Chris Cunningham?
And do you when (more or less) the maps should be available for testing? I would love to first check how the maps work and if it's worth for me to upgrade at all.
@Joanne: You won't be able to test it (and - on 2.0 only) without being upgraded anyway. Also, you can always downgrade later. I am now on a Business plan with beta 2.0 and next year I will re-evaluate my options. Of course, YMMV.
EDIT: To be clear, no one knows when Mind-maps view will become a reality.
@Joanne: Yeah, I got that invitation today, too. A statement from @Zeb would be nice. Will the MindMap function only be available for business members? Or also for Unlimited?
@Joanne: @Samuel Schneider Hey Joanne! We can't confirm all of the details just yet, but there will be at minimum some advanced functionality of the mindmaps reserved for Business plans.
@Chris Cunningham Hi Chris. Do you have ETA? Screenshots maybe? What we are talking about, something like Miro? Zenkit? thanks
@Liad Solenko: Miro and Zenkit are nice! Thanks for Sharing!
What I would really like, and can probably be implemented as part of a mindmap, is just to position a selection of key tasks on a page, not necessarily with links between them, but with the positioning implying meaning. For instance I produce a view of my top 20 deliverables, split across regions. Some span regions. Too nuanced to codify through filters / columns, but if I can just position task boxes on a page, that would work (imagine a board view where you can drag and drop the cards anywhere you like.
Mindmaps with the ability to hide the connectors would probably suffice.
Ok I'm officially onboard with this now. If you guys could create a mind map similar to milanote, this will make me love clickup even more.
A mind mapping view would be great! I envision a blank chalkboard/drawing board kind of thing where tasks can be moved freely anywhere on the board (not following a grid). It would be like coming up with ideas/tasks and then moving them around on the board, being able to put them near each other or far. I'd also like to have lines that can be connected between tasks. You'd be able to make a flowchart, web, or just group tasks in a visual way. It would basically be like drawing on a board, with that much freedom, but instead using icons on a computer. It would be an overall workspace to see how tasks and ideas fit together in a way that may not be visible in a more traditional structured view.
I'm very excited that so many people already want this feature and that ClickUp is working on it and doesn't underestimate the value of this task! I use MindMaps very often to let my first ideas grow. From this, projects or tasks arise. But not only for projects, also for goals and habits. MindMaps are often the beginnings of all my life contents. Currently I use SimpleMind Pro. The program is very extensive and complex. I wouldn't expect the ClickUp to offer the same functions as this program, but I think the following program is already going in the right direction and would more than satisfy me personally: https://zenkit.com/de/anwendungsbeispiele/mind-map/
MindMeister or Draw.io would be ideal. Gantt charts and Mind Maps are the best visual we use internally to give people an overview and how things are connected.
Clickup's Gantt charts are a joy to use and give everyone a great understanding in regards to time.
A Mind Maps option would allow us to do the same for the contextual connection of tasks, lists, projects, and folders. Finally, I would like point that IMHO connections in mind maps should be definable for context and not only express cardinality (one-to-one, one-to-many, etc.). Maybe a connection can be a tasks that has a custom field that express cardinality (think an API call has both a cardinality data relation and a contextual meaning).
Years ago i used TheBrain for tasks and mind maps. I would love a simple mind map giving me the ability to link tasks.
There's a thread regarding Miro implementation into tasks, just like Trello does.
what are we talking about here? something like SyncSpace?