Owners of the iOS version also have the option to share documents in a more interactive way through MyMindNode, a cloud service that allows anyone with a share link to view interactive mind maps on a web browser. Once uploaded, viewers can zoom, fold nodes, download in MindNode format, or embed HTML elsewhere. It's a slick option, but setting up a free account unfortunately requires purchasing the mobile app before it can be used on the Mac version.
MindNode 2 caps off an otherwise stellar update with more comprehensive print features--documents can now be printed as either mind map or outline layouts, with the ability to optionally split each main node onto a separate page for cleaner output.
MindNode 2 takes what was already great about the Pro version, supercharging it with new features, themes, and other options that make it the best version yet.
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