Feel free to describe any Mind Mapping ideas you would like to have ClickUp add.
Diagrams plase :)
You guys just use miiro it's hands down the best mind mapping tool. Let's let the Click UP team focus on what they do best... Project management!
I also agree that MindMeister and MeisterTask should give some inspiration.
Meistertask and Mindmeister offer an almost perfect integration of the two: boards and mindmapping. Currently I'm forced to use these next to clickup, but would love to have all integrated!
I know I have said this probably somewhere down this thread, but for me the key would be - allow mindpapping for brainstorming, as independent of tasks, but then also ability to convert part of the mind map to a task/subtasks structure. Oh, and attaching the mind map to a task, so that we could click the attachment and open the mindmap. Of course, a visual overview on the mind map in the task, something like images do, would be nice (for what I mean by that, see Trello + Draw.io integration).
Mind mapping Goals and Weekly main focus areas (targets) - combined with assigning dates to them, dates visible in my daily calendar view - as goals (for goals) and milestones (like current list's due date) for targets
Mind mapping like that from Milanote
I love how Scapple works, and would love to see something of that simplicity+functionality implemented here
@Tetiana Bilokin: Nice one.
Integration of mindmapping as a method of creating tasks, sub-tasks will be extremely helpful. Then one can change to the list view or any other view to add further details.
HOW ABOUT DON'T BURY MIND MAPS IN THE BUSINESS LEVEL PLAN?
@Brandon Schleeter: In my opinion, the business plan, if it must exist, should include features that bigger business might need, and smaller businesses wouldn't miss, like white labeling, SSO, etc.
Mind mapping is a feature that would benefit everyone. Locking useful features like this that behind higher tiers is the reason I left Asana, and it doesn't fit with the identity of Clickup
@Cody: As a single user, I would personally accept something like max. 10 active mindmaps at the same time under Unlimited plan, maybe even 5, but locking mindmaps under Business totally, that would/will be damaging to me.
@Jan Dvořák: That might be a decent compromise. I would hope it will no longer be sold as 'Unlimited' if that's the direction things are going though
@Jan Dvořák: on the other hand, consider if business pricing is really that problematic if you would be looking around now. It is not that expensive for a single user vs the feature list.
@Brandon Schleeter: Where was this info hinted at?
@Ruud: That's fair, but I think I came here less to get a lower price, and more to get away from that kind of pricing structure, and that's how it was presented to me. It's not the end of the world, but it is a disappointing direction to me
@Nikolas Schröter: In a promotional email selling the user on a reduced cost business plan upgrade
@Ruud: I am not against paying. I am already Unlimited plan subscriber, because custom fields + goals + advanced reporting + need for supporting Clickup meant great value for me. However, for a single user without any team needs, mind mapping would be the only feature from Business plan that would make sense to me. And the price jump is too high in that case. In my eyes, mind maps can help anyone, not just (big) teams.
@Jan Dvořák @Brandon Schleeter: I understand, made a comment on this forum as well about feature splitting, and indeed this is one example :) Just also want to check the other side, the value for money is still quite good.
@Ruud: My issue is not with the value, it's with the communication. Maybe several of us read that email wrong and mind mapping will be included in the unlimited plan. Who knows?
@Brandon Schleeter: True, the communication is not very well thought true I would say :)
@Brandon Schleeter: Well, should it also be in Unlimited, THEN it would be really bad communication, because the e-mail clearly states "Some features that will be reserved for the Business plan only are"...
@Brandon Schleeter: When did this e-mail come through? I have not received any promotional e-mail from ClickUp. Wonder if it's targeted.
@Guy Mannerings: For me, it was on Monday 22nd April.
@Jan Dvořák: yep, Monday
@Jan Dvořák: Thanks! Are you already signed up to Wnlimited? I am on Free presently, so that might be why.
@Guy Mannerings: Yes, that's probably why.
@Brandon Schleeter: Add me to the protest for burying Mind-Mapping in a "Business" plan. I only have two members in my team at the moment. Myself and my wife. We use Clickup to manage our family admin, and I foresee that I will be bringing the children into it in the near future - as they are getting to the age where learning this kind of organisation will be of great benefit to them. I have already taught my eldest daughter simple mind-mapping techniques to manage school projects (using Coggle). Mind-mapping withing Clickup will be awesome, but paying for Business to manage our family admin and bringing children into the team starts adding up. Surely there are other users who use Clickup outside of "Business" like us?