Webinar April 15th

Ola Flesland shared this question 9 days ago
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I enjoyed the webinar on April 15th, and I am especially interested to use the map roll-ups, and in the possibilities shown in the mindmap “Flow_Teams.mmap”, enclosed.

I would be please to get some more advice on how to build this for project management and reporting on different levels.

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Hi Ola,


Thank you for your question. I´m happy you liked the webinar!


This flowchart you referring to is showcasing a possible flow of Map Roll-ups, pictured in an MS Teams environment but could be set locally or stored in the cloud. In case you don't have the map in question you can download it here: Flow_Teams.mmap

I honestly built it more as an easy-to-relate to show-case explaining Map Roll-Ups, rather than a use case, but I still see it as a plausible setup for smaller Teams.


It´s important to remember that a Map Roll-Up is a bottom-up Roll-Up, meaning that you can roll up data from one or more "Source-maps" into your "dash board-map". You can refresh your content at any time, but you won't be able to push back any data from your "Dash board-map" back to the "Source-maps".


To make the Flow_Teams.mmap file work locally you need to save all attached maps and re-do the Roll-Ups (menu: Advanced > Map Roll-Up), please have a look at the Info Topic Notes in the top right corner of the Swim-lane. That contains all the info needed to get going.


I made a short 11min video a week ago that you might find interesting as it touches on the subject of Roll-Ups:

www.youtube.com/your_introduction_to_MindManager


If you want more in-depth training to get the most out of MindManager, I would strongly recommend starting with signing up for our MindManager Starter Academy. It consists of 5 on-demand training videos (free of charge) and, is by far the most comprehensive free training MindManager has to offer. https://www.mindmanager.com/en/resources/starteracademy/


Best Regards

Joel Averheim

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Hello Ola,

The best way to get detailed knowledge about the features, functions and benefits like these is via a local experienced MindManager trainer.

You can find them via: https://www.mindmanager.com/en/partners/


Ofcourse there may be more in your country, and I am sure some of them could provide online training as well.

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Thanks Ary

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Hi Ola,


Thank you for your question. I´m happy you liked the webinar!


This flowchart you referring to is showcasing a possible flow of Map Roll-ups, pictured in an MS Teams environment but could be set locally or stored in the cloud. In case you don't have the map in question you can download it here: Flow_Teams.mmap

I honestly built it more as an easy-to-relate to show-case explaining Map Roll-Ups, rather than a use case, but I still see it as a plausible setup for smaller Teams.


It´s important to remember that a Map Roll-Up is a bottom-up Roll-Up, meaning that you can roll up data from one or more "Source-maps" into your "dash board-map". You can refresh your content at any time, but you won't be able to push back any data from your "Dash board-map" back to the "Source-maps".


To make the Flow_Teams.mmap file work locally you need to save all attached maps and re-do the Roll-Ups (menu: Advanced > Map Roll-Up), please have a look at the Info Topic Notes in the top right corner of the Swim-lane. That contains all the info needed to get going.


I made a short 11min video a week ago that you might find interesting as it touches on the subject of Roll-Ups:

www.youtube.com/your_introduction_to_MindManager


If you want more in-depth training to get the most out of MindManager, I would strongly recommend starting with signing up for our MindManager Starter Academy. It consists of 5 on-demand training videos (free of charge) and, is by far the most comprehensive free training MindManager has to offer. https://www.mindmanager.com/en/resources/starteracademy/


Best Regards

Joel Averheim

8cdde94ce107695c10e8ca65e805874f

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