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MindNode 7.1 is out now with new node shapes, customization options and more.
by Gregory Bondaruk on April 16, 2020

Shortcuts, Shapes and Repositioning Images

Since we released MindNode 7 several months ago, much has changed. Our team has not seen each other personally for over a month. We’ve all found ways of adapting to working at home, taking care of our kids, pets and coordinating over Slack. Yet, one constant has remained throughout the lockdown, which is our work on MindNode. We’ve been busy fixing bugs, improving existing features, and adding several new ones as well. Here’s what we’ve prepared for MindNode 7.1.

New Node Shapes

We’ve added two new node shapes, hexagonal and octagonal to help you emphasize certain ideas and further personalize your document.

New node shapes in MindNode 7.1

Image Position

We’ve also looked into more ways that you can customize your mind maps. Now, you can decide where your images and stickers are placed, to the side, above or below your ideas.

New image positioning options in MindNode 7.1

New Shortcut Action (iOS)

Many of us begin our weeks by creating a mind map of what we would like to accomplish. With our new Shortcut Action you can create a workflow to automatically export your documents to Reminders, Things & OmniFocus.

New Shortcut Actions in MindNode 7.1

We’ve also added basic support for Pointer Interactions on iPadOS 13.4, with full support coming with MindNode 7.2, and several bug fixes and improvements. For a full list check out our release notes:

MindNode 7.1 and the upcoming 7.2 release are free updates for all MindNode 7 users.

We hope that you’re all doing well, wherever you’re spending the lockdown, and we look forward to hearing your feedback on our latest update.

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