How can I have two mind maps within one mind map?

Alpesh Patel shared this question 35 days ago
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I have tried the contrast map template. No good.


I need to present information like a timeline.


I need two timelines either vertical or horizontal to each other.


Or should I just use a free form map and try to figure it out?

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Timeline maps are a form of free-form maps as you describe them in which topics are linked by relationship lines.

You can have two timelines in the same map - simply start a new map using either the horizontal or vertical timeline layout, then insert a floating topic anywhere in the same map and apply the horizontal or vertical timeline format to it. You can also use this approach to add a separate timeline to a conventional map.

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Thank you, Alex.


Where can I find a complete database of all training videos?

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Hi Alpesh,

The MindManager youtube channel has lots of training videos.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbXpbXat7_rezdCzAP3XZLw

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The Slides feature in MindManager 21 effectively gives you the ability to keep multiple maps together a single document. Each slide is its own map, although the working area is constrained - which is not always a bad thing. A MindManager deck file (.mmdeck) is a collection of slides / small maps. You can navigate to different slides (maps) in the Slides task pane instead of laying out everything in a single large diagram.

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