Co-Editing in MindManager for Windows allows users to collaborate on MindManager maps and diagrams together in real-time. Teams or groups of individuals working remotely can make changes to the map and see them as they happen. Co-Editing operates on a secure cloud-based server that takes place in your browser, eliminates version conflicts, and allows licensed users to invite others that do not own MindManager.
Co-Editing offers many of the most widely used features of the MindManager desktop application, enabling rich, collaborative interactivity in users’ web browsers of choice. Users can add and edit topics, edit text, expand and collapse branches, drag and drop topics and images, insert content such notes, attachments, links, comments, and more.
The benefits of Co-Editing, aside from the obvious collaboration factor, are that it facilitates dynamic planning sessions, knowledge sharing, brainstorming, and more across departments, offices, and time zones. No longer do people need to send multiple, disparate versions of the same file to different people, all with different comments and edits. By keeping one version of a file where people can edit and discuss together in real-time, work gets done more quickly and teams stay more closely aligned. Many users report using conferencing services to enable conversation while in a co-editing session.